How to control multiple logins on same User
I may have missed this somewhere, so I apologize in advance if I did.

Where do I enable/disable (preferably by ML) the ability for a User to login >1x.  During testing it seems the same User is able to login multiple times (I don't mean open multiple tabs in the same browser - I mean login concurrently using different browsers and/or different computers/tablets/etc.).

Thank you.
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    (deleted) There is no option to disable concurrent logins built into SE PHP. You would have to add it yourself. If you google "disable concurrent logins with PHP" there are a few walk through on a few sites.
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      gs So much for monetization :( at least as far as certain Users go.
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        Donna What about using Trial subscriptions for it? Perhaps being creative with that. It might work for what you want to do.
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          gs Thanks for the help Donna, but sad to say that won't work. The issue is a monetization problem: If a Group or Business leader joins, then they can share their 1 login with as many people as they want. Yes, all posts go under the same ID, but that's often not a problem for many Groups and Businesses (or any organization for that matter). This is great for testing purposes (i.e. I as Admin can logon multiple computers/tablets/phones wth multiple browsers - I am often partially surrounded by devices while testing). But, when a User pays $X/month and is allowed to share that with their entire office or group (or whatever), well, that's a huge problem. I just assumed (like any other software I've ever used) that this was preventable with a setting somewhere. Oh well - let's hope more people are honest than I think :)
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            Donna It sounds like a good feature for you to submit to our Github or to a third party to make. I know "that other script" also doesn't have this feature.
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