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Group Policy to Allow only one user account to login

Hi Experts
I would like to create a group policy allowing only one user to logon to a specific machine. No other user should be alble to login to that machine, except for this one user.
How should I go about ?

Thanks & Regards
--Ali
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chrishudson123Commented:
add only this user for "logon locally"  in local policy of the computer

Don't forget to put admibnistrators in this policy


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aliomarbAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but how can I remotely connect to the local security console for that particular machine ?

Regards
--Ali
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aliomarbAuthor Commented:
cuz when open an mmc console and choose to manage that pc remotely, I can  only see IP Security Policies mentioned under Security Settings.

Please advise....

Regards
--Ali
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chrishudson123Commented:
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chrishudson123Commented:
gor GUI

To gain access to Group Policy snap-in on remote computers

1. On the Start menu , click Run , and type:
MMC
 Or 
Open an existing saved console (such as Console1.mmc).
 
2. In the Console menu of the MMC window, click Add/Remove Snap-in .
 
3. On the Stand-alone tab, of the Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box, click Add .
 
4. In the Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box, click Group Policy , and then click Add . The Group Policy Object option in the Select Group Policy Object dialog box is, by default, set to Local Computer .
 
5. Click Browse .
 
6. On the Computers tab, select the Another computer option.
 
7. Either type in the name of the remote computer, or click Browse to locate the remote computer. You can use the Look in drop-down list box to select the domains to which you have access.
 
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