> My suggestion is that you deal with the student, and those whose accounts
> he borrows, using your administrative process. For example, you might
> consider stronger sanctions such as separation from the university.
I agree with this 100%. Don't keep looking for technical solutions; this
guy is always going to be several steps ahead of you (you have a full time
job, while he's a student).
Besides, if you've denied him access, and he's on the computers anyway, he's
illegally using your resources. I think your liability concerns go away in
Finally, don't punish all the rest of your students just because of one or
two bad apples.
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