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I have four mobile computers that are on our domain.  I want to restrict them so only one domain account can log into them.  Example I have PC1 and I only want domain\user to be able to sign into it.  I want to do this via Group Policy.

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Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment -> Allow log on locally (Administrators and domain\user)
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