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MAC address mapping in 2960 switch ports

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Hi all,
My office users are all laptop users. The laptop has been provided by the company, but we have found users bringing their personal laptop and connect to the LAN. To avoid this the management has asked to tag the MAC address(offical) to the switch ports , so that other MAC address laptop should not be connected.
This mapping will avoid.
1) Users relocating themselves apart from assigned workstations.
2) Other than official laptop other laptops should not be used.

H/w
I have 48 port 2960 Cisco switch
Mac address of all the laptops , with hostname is ready by the exposrting the dump of DHCP leases.

Kindly help
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