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iPad/iPhone/Mac Simultaneous Sessions not allowed?


Guest G_MANN

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Hi, I find it very useful to have open session in all my devices in order to keep a closer look to my current positions and specially the upcoming alerts. 

Nevertheless, I can only login in one device at a time. For example, when I log using my iPad, my Mac session is immediately closed. 

BTW, I'm using a demo account, I wonder if it's realted to that. Thank you for your help. 

Gustavo

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