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Restrict Domain User

Posted on 2011-09-13
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Have setup a separate system for Internet access where have restricted single domain user from one domain to login to this system using local login settings.
Users are using network share \\xxx.xxx.xx.xx\sharedfolder in other domain and they are transferring files.
Need to restrict folder access via lan using domain user.
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khairil earned 250 total points
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Hi,

If I understand you well, you can set security permission on that folder to allow only selected domain user.

1.Use Windows Explorer to locate the file or folder for which you want to edit the permissions.
2.Right-click the folder, and then click Properties and take sharing tab
3.Click the Advanced Sharing button and click Permission.
4.To add a new access control setting to the folder, click Add.
5. Set location to domain, you can use Advanced button to get more detail options.
6.Find and select the users or groups  that this access control setting is applied to, click Add, and then click OK until finished.
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if you want to do the same as you did for local logon

see the attached image LocaslSecurity
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by:RaveMaxpro
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Dear fryezz...
whether is it possible to deny access to the computer from a particular system??
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by:FarWest
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you can try to add the computer using domainname\computername$
notice the $ at the end of the name, instead of user name, or if you use share change object type to computer in search window
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Dear fryezz/khairil,

Have set restriction for the domain user to be allowed for specific computers alone, the issue got solved as of now. Hence in case if the user tries to login from internet system using \\server\ it denies as the request is not from the specified allowable systems...

Thanks a lot for both who had helped out to find a solution.
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by:RaveMaxpro
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Dear fryezz/khairil,

Have set restriction for the domain user to be allowed for specific computers alone, the issue got solved as of now. Hence in case if the user tries to login from internet system using \\server\ it denies as the request is not from the specified allowable systems...

Thanks a lot for both
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