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Loggin on just one computer

Posted on 2005-04-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05

Is it possible to have the users created in Active Directory to log just once on only one computer?  
I do not want to use the option "Log on To" option because my users don't have "assigned" seats and this will not be a possibility

User: ABC

Computer1    Computer2     Computer3

I want USER ABC to be able to log into any on the 3 computer but only ONCE.  For example:  If he is logged in to Computer1
I don't want him to log in Computer2 or Viceversa.


Question by:casatech
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