Is it possible to have a VPN User have access to only 1 ip address on our LAN with a Cisco ASDM 6.2

I need a client to be able to access one of our servers inside our network.  I want to restrict him to all of our other servers.
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ddiazpCommented:
What I did when I had to do this was create a brand new VPN policy for this user and only have 1 IP on the VPN IP pool to ensure the user always had the same IP address, then i could create access-lists to filter traffic for him.

Unfortunately there isn't a way to create an actual DHCP reservation based on username on the ASA, and even if you specify a remote DHCP server, you can't do it by mac address either.
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