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On a Server 2003 network, can I ban a particular user from logging into a particular xp machine?

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I have users on a network. One user has a special computer just for him. I would like to ban the use of just this one computer by other users.

Another user already logged into the computer.
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This Microsoft KB article should help you:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555317
Good luck.
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Thanks.
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