[LON-CAPA-users] Client IP Access Control in Content Settings
raeburn at msu.edu
Mon Nov 18 15:20:02 EST 2019
At the individual user level set the Client IP/Name Access Control (acc) parameter to: *
This will allow access for that particular student from any IP address, and will override any acc parameter set at a more general level. (Instead of * you could also set the parameter to: no).
LON-CAPA Academic Consortium
From: LON-CAPA-users <lon-capa-users-bounces at mail.lon-capa.org> on behalf of Mills, Douglas G <dmills at illinois.edu>
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2019 2:22 PM
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Subject: [LON-CAPA-users] Client IP Access Control in Content Settings
We've been using the Client IP Access Control quite nicely for restricting access to some of our exams to a computer-based testing facility. This is set up in the Content Settings. However, we have a student who needs to take an exam in a disability testing facility. Once selecting this user to modify parameters specific to him, I'm not seeing a way to override the general IP restrictions for the rest of the class for this one user. Is there a strategy for doing that? Normally of course you would override the general setting by setting a new one at the individual user level. However, in this case, I don't want there to be any setting at the individual user level on Client IP restrictions -- the plan is to use a Slot with a password to be entered at the disability testing facility. I know that if we were using a slot for the IP restrictions we could then override with a different customized slot for this student, but that is not our case. Is there a way to override an IP restriction set in the content settings?
DOUGLAS G MILLS
Director of Instructional Technology
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chemistry Annex Box A2
601 S. Mathews | M/C 712
Urbana, IL 61801
217.244.5739 | fax: 217.244.8029 | dmills at illinois.edu<mailto:dmills at illinois.edu>
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