Windows 2000 Server - Restrict logon to one session per user.

We have a domain server running Windows 2000 Server.  We need to restrict 3 separate users to only be able to logon once to the server.  Does anyone know of a simple way to set that up?  Group Policy currently is set that a single user can log on multiple times onto the domain, and I think that is by default.  
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RubenvdLindenCommented:
You need a seperate utility to restrict concurrent logons to Active Directory.
LimitLogin is nice: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2005/05/UtilitySpotlight/default.aspx
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michkoCommented:
There's a white paper from the SANS Institute that addresses this issue.  They offer some good advice on limiting multiple concurrent user login:
http://whitepapers.techrepublic.com.com/thankyou.aspx?&docid=70850&view=70850&load=1
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egloneCommented:
in active directory users and computers, browse to each user and set concurrent logins to 1
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
>>We need to restrict 3 separate users to only be able to logon once to the server.
users shouldn't be logging into the server at all.  Thier accounts should be restricted from doing so.

>>in active directory users and computers, browse to each user and set concurrent logins to 1
where exacly is this setting?  b/c i have never seen it.
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egloneCommented:
Was thinking about the wrong version of server.   Here is the ms article on how to fix it!

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237282

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Lunda_ConstructionAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your answers, your help is appreciated.
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