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I am using windows 2000 server with windows 98 on clint side.
if i make a user on windows 2000 server that user name can be used all the clints simultaneously. how i can restricit so that user can be used on one clint at a time. it means that that user name can login from any computer but one time on one computer.
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by:JammyPak
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There's no easy way to do this. The only restriction built into Windows 2000 is to say that the user can only login from certain workstations - this doesn't mean they can't login more that once. I don't know why MS never put this functionality into their products.

You may find some 3rd party tool to do this....

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Ah - here you go -
Win2k resource kit - the tool is called cconnect.exe. Apparently this can do it for you.

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