troubleshooting Question

Can you specify what server you want to certain pc's/users to logon/authenticate to?

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HI Experts,

Heres the scenario - one domain with a few users in an office across the road . This office is connected via fibre and the logon request comes across the road to our main server. They have an accounts server win2003 in their office. I am feeling the answer is no here but I thought I would ask: can they somehow use their accounts server to authenticate/logon to the network rather than the logon request coming across the fibre to our main server ?


thanks

Paul
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