Hi Joey, I am trying to reply to your email message that you have sent directly. Your email provider seems to refuse my reply, saying that your hotmail address failed. I will keep trying...
Well let me answer your questions here too....
=== ANSWERS ===
QUESTION / REMARK >> Alright I read the documents etc and appears that the free version doesn't support this. ANSWER >> The 'keep alive' behaviour of Joomla! (1.6 and above) can be overruled in the Premium and Business Editions by configuring the so-called overrides. Details about how to do this are in the documentation.
QUESTION / REMARK >> Lets say I pay the $49 USD for the business edition.
I want 3 users to be able to login 2 allowed.
And 1 users 3 logins allowed.
And 5 users 4 logins allowed.
Is this do-able in the business edition or no? ANSWER >> Yes it is. You could - for example - create three new user groups called 'two_sessions', 'three_sessions' and 'four_sessions'. Next you can assign as many users as you want to each of these groups. In the LoginOne! plug-in (Business Edition only) you can assign three (3) of these 'Special Groups' (see under tab 'Advanced Access Options'), each group may each have a different number of allowed log-in sessions.
I don't see that option I only see for 1 special user group.
Can I do more than just 1 special user group with number of several logins? ANSWER >> Yes, the Business Edition allows for three (3) Special User Groups. The Premium Edition has the option to configure 'Allowed User Groups' which is different; these are user groups that will ALL be allowed an infinite number of concurrent log-ins.