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Restrict a domain User to 1 machine

Posted on 2014-04-24
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We have a vendor active directory account that we enable and disable for the vendor to log into 1 computer in our system. Is there a way to deny access to everything accept this computer for the vendor user?
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In the account tab of that user you will see "Log On To" use that to allow the one PC you want him to use.

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Is there a way to prevent the logged in user from viewing the "network" computers? or restrict the user from even viewing shares?
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Don't put him in groups that have access to the shares and disable network discovery on that computer - unless others on that computer need access to network discovery.

Find out (this may be trial and error on your part) what rights/permissions the account needs and give it ONLY THE MINIMUM.  If they need admin rights, give them LOCAL admin rights on the system.  Remove them from Domain Users and other groups.

Potentially, ONLY give them a local user account on the machine, NOT A domain account.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/what-is-network-discovery#1TC=windows-7
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There's also this policy: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc758316(v=ws.10).aspx
This security setting determines which users are prevented from accessing a computer over the network
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