Difference between revisions of "User Manager/Prepaid and unlimited users"

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== Unlimited users ==
 
== Unlimited users ==
Unlimited users don't have any [[User Manager credits | credits]] assigned. Word ''unlimited'' comes from the fact that they have ''unlimited'' credit. However [[User Manager limiting #Time | uptime-limit]] can be assigned to unlimited users. It means, unlimited users can have limited amount of uptime but they can use this uptime in an unlimited period of time.
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Unlimited users don't have any [[User Manager credits | credits]] assigned. Word ''unlimited'' comes from the fact that they have ''unlimited'' credit. However [[User Manager limiting #Time | uptime-limit]] can be assigned to unlimited users. It means, unlimited users can have limited duration for [[User Manager active sessions and user | active sessions]] but these sessions can be started in an unlimited period of time.

Revision as of 11:05, 5 October 2006

There are two types of users - prepaid and unlimited.

Prepaid users

Prepaid users have at least one credits assigned. They can also have uptime-limit.

Unlimited users

Unlimited users don't have any credits assigned. Word unlimited comes from the fact that they have unlimited credit. However uptime-limit can be assigned to unlimited users. It means, unlimited users can have limited duration for active sessions but these sessions can be started in an unlimited period of time.