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Group Policy or 2 domains?  Enforce users to specific computers

Posted on 2007-03-29
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How do I enforce users to specific computers?  I'm not sure the best way to do this, I was hoping to do this thru Group Policy.  Or is it better to just create two domains?  Right now members in the domain can log into any computer that is part of the domain.  I would like to restrict certain users to only logging in to their specified  computers.

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You can restrict logon rights to a specific computer or group of computers in the properties of the users in AD. On the Account tab in the user properties, click "Log on to" and select the computer or computers you want them to use.
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