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how to set service accounts so they cannot be used to logon to a workstation or server

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As a extra layer of security
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Deny those accounts the "log on locally" right
or enable those accounts "deny log on locally"
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You can do this by creating a security group and add all your service account to the group. Then create a GPO to deny logon local rights like AustinComputerLabs said to all workstations and servers.
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