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I have a requirement to provide secondary level of authentication. I have one salesforce user and I distributed it to five of my team members. First they login with Salesforce user name password after that i want to identified which one of them login in salesforce and update the records.

Any help is gratefully accepted!

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    I think best solution here will be to buy extra licenses. I dont think that salesforce encourage this use case – kurunve May 17 '17 at 11:27
  • The only way I know you could kind of do this is by doing something similar to using a UserPassword flow as you might use in making API requests. @kurunve is right though. If you've got 5 users, use 5 licences. Salesforce is a business like any other and would want to get paid for it's service. Similarly sharing accounts is a huge no-no as far as security is concerned. – Dan Jones May 17 '17 at 11:36
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This would violate the Master Subscription Agreement, http://www.salesforce.com/assets/pdf/misc/salesforce_MSA.pdf, so do not do it.

4.2 Usage Limits. Services and Content are subject to usage limits, including, for example, the quantities specified in Order Forms and Documentation. Unless otherwise specified, (a) a quantity in an Order Form refers to Users, and the Service or Content may not be accessed by more than that number of Users, (b) a User’s password may not be shared with any other individual,

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