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Disabling a User Account on a Specific Computer

Posted on 2004-10-11
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I have a user that I want to allow to log in to all machines except one. It is a w2k3 domain. In the user's account properties I can allow computers for them to log in to, but I'd rather not type in every single computer that they are allowed to log in to leaving out the one that I don't want them to log in to. There has got to be an easy way to do this? Is there something I can set on the client machine to not allow this user to log in to it? Thanks.
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Local security policy should do it.
"Deny Logon Locally".

Test it to make sure your domain sec pol isn't overwriting.

Simon.
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Yeah, I actually just found that about 2 minutes before I saw your post :)
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