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Logon the user only from specific workstation

Posted on 2014-01-06
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Hi folks,

please, help me resolve the task:

how to limit the AD user so, that he could log on only from specific workstation?

nesher13
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by:nesher13
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Sorry I incorrectly stated the problem.

it is necessary that at a particular workstation could do log on only a certain user
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by:Patricksr1972
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Hi

Depend on your OS i would start in Avtice directory, properties for the user
Find the TAB Account and select 'Log on to'  here you select which pc's users are allowed to logon to.

If you want to block all domain users from logging in a particulair computer i am afraid you need to configure all users to certain computers since default is 'log on to all computers' for users in AD.

Does this help?
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Edit the local policy on that computer: open secedit.msc and navigate to the local sec. policy - "user rights assignment". There, you can modify the value for "allow logon locally". Make sure, administrators are kept, though.
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