Tip 7: Preventing people from self-authorizing use of a Tadds FE system....
For example, you may have a MaxUsers limit of 12 but only want 10 specific people to be able to use Tadds, with additional users not desired unless they are added by the Tadds Administrator.
This problem can be solved by the following three-step process, with steps 1 and 2 being good advice for all SiteLicense installations regardless of the MaxUsers circumstances:
1. If any of your FE systems have a MaxUsers table entry of *.sysid (where sysid is the FE's machine id as known on the LAN), make sure that each such FE system has a Tadds User Password assigned. (All users of that FE system will be required to supply that password.)
2. Users of other FE systems that may be left unattended and logged on to the LAN should also assign themselves a Tadds user password.
3. To prevent automatic authorization of new users, the MaxUsers table needs to contain an entry for each authorized user slot (which are numbered 101, 102, ..., 1nn where nn is your MaxUsers limit.). The Tadds Administrator can add dummy entries for unassigned slots by:
a. Start Tadds FE, click on the Utilities... button.
That's it. You are done.