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RE: Non-IP Based Institutional Subscriptions?
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- Subject: RE: Non-IP Based Institutional Subscriptions?
- From: Tom Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 13:29:16 EST
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- Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
We've been doing the same here at the University of South Alabama for years as well. Not only do they have to login with their Univ. ID/PW when coming in on the Proxy server, but they also have to use the same ID/PW when logging in on campus. -- Thomas L. Williams, AHIP Director, Biomedical Libraries and Media Production Services University of South Alabama College of Medicine Mobile, Al 36688-0002 tel. (251)460-6885 fax. (251)460-7638 email@example.com On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, David Goodman wrote: > We do this too at Princeton, and also find it usuallly works well. > It does take a little work maintaining the correct links on the proxy > server. > > David Goodman, Princeton University Biology Library > firstname.lastname@example.org 609-258-3235 > > On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, David L. Osterbur wrote: > > > Harvard uses a proxy server that requires that all users sign in with their > > Harvard ID number and a PIN. That way only Harvard people can use the > > system. This has worked well for us and seems to be fine with most > > publishers.