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AD Server preventing Logon?

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How can I prevent a user from logging into a workstation that has crossed domains say from one network to another without using ACS/NPS/DHCP?

I'm thinking I can do this with Quest Active Roles

Not sure if that's possible but looking at ideas

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by:IanTh
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why can you block the user access to the specific workstation by active directory

you could try rsat remote server admin tools
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=7887
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rsat is micrrosoft's version of quest active server roles
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Thanks

RSAT tools uses NPS which I guess would be the solution that I didn't want. I guess that's the easiest way. I'll look at Lepid too. Thanks
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