Going through your posts, here is the answer for your first question:
Yes, you are able to remove all user votes. It is necessary to go and Edit
the particular poll in the Sitefinity administration Modules -> Polls
and click on the Reset Vote Count
link situated below its Title.
If you want to remove the total number of voters info, than you could check the following Forum Post
where you can find a Poll Box
fix control. The project and assembly names are PollsFixture and the new controls are with names PollBox2 and ResultsBox2. You could either add this project to your solution or just use the assembly contained in the bin directory. To be able to use the control, you should register it in the web.config toolboxControls section in the following way:
|<add name="PollBox2" section="PollsFixture" type="PollsFixture.PollBox2, PollsFixture"/>
As for your second question, unfortunately we are not able to reproduce it. By design, once you vote on a poll posted somewhere in your project, whenever you access it again (no matter if i is on another page) it will show the result you have posted. Of course you have to have enabled the IP blocking for both controls before that. Please provide us with step by step instruction so that we can reproduce it and troubleshoot this issue locally.
The third inquiry represents a default Polls behaviour. When all company members has only one public IP for external use, they would all be seen as a particular machine from the IP blocking defence and all will be prompted with the result of the first user who managed to vote. As mentioned in the other post I sent you, we will search for the best approach of adding an alternative way for blocking already voted users.
Thank you for your time.
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