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Limiting Remote Desktop Accounts to a specific IP

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I'm looking to limit a certain user's (my administrator) Remote Desktop access to a specific IP or range, i.e. my home network. I would like to have regular user accounts accessible from anywhere, but the Administrator account can only be run from one other machine. Any idea how I would accomplish this?
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This is not possible with windows tools but you can look at:

http://www.remotelyanywhere.com/

or

https://secure.logmein.com/home.asp

Tolomir
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