My IP address has been blocked after too many failed login attempts. What can I do?
Repeated failure to enter a valid Windows/Mac user name and password can result in IP Lockout. This means you won't be able to continue to attempt to log in from the same computer until the lockout is resolved. The lockout remains in effect for 30 minutes by default.
To clear an IP address lockout, you must have physical access to the host computer.
Tip: One common reason for failed login is that users enter their LogMeIn ID and password, not their computer user name and password. See also Access Code? Password? About Authentication.
- Physically go to the computer that you want to be able to access, or ask someone who is present at that computer to perform the following steps. Tip: In some cases, you may need to ask for help from the person who manages LogMeIn at your organization.
- Open the LogMeIn Control Panel and follow this path: Options > Preferences > Security.
- Under Authentication Attack Blocker, click Unblock all.
You should be able to return to the original client computer (the one that was locked out) and log in with valid credentials. For more information about how LogMeIn protects your host computers, see How to Set up an Authentication Attack Blocker.