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Need to limit domain logins to 1 session only per user (not terminal services).

Posted on 2008-06-19
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I am needing to know if/where there is a setting to disallow users from logging onto the network from 2 places at once.  I am using server 2003 domain.  I see several ways to disallow 2 terminal services sessions, but I need to completely disallow 2 logins by the same user alltogether.  Thanks.
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There is no native way to limit the number of simultaneous logons on a domain but a couple of tools are available
LimitLogon http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2005/05/UtilitySpotlight/ 
Or UserLock http://www.isdecisions.com/en/software/userlock/
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