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Restrict user access to 4 PCs

Posted on 2012-03-22
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I need to restrict access of a user group to only be able to login to 4 specific machines on the network.  I do not want the group to be able to login to any other machines on the network.

Is there an easy way to do this via Group Policy?  I have an Active Directory 2008 environment with primarily Windows XP machines.

Thanks!
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You can use the deny logon locally right and prevent that add that group to the right for all the machines

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc957048.aspx

You could separate the 4 machines into another OU so they don't receive the policy or use security filtering so those four machines don't receive the policy.

Thanks

Mike
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