How can I stop non domain joined machines / users from accessing any files and maybe DNS on an SBS2011 network? (Server 2008 R2)
Considering SBS usually assumes the primary DNS role this would also stop non doamain joined machines from accessing the internet (incliding phones)
Any ideas welcome.
Don't stop DHCP completely - just reduce the scope to only hand out about 3 addresses (or however many printers you have using DHCP at the moment), then make sure you add a reservation for each printer
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