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Client hosting some cloud servers accessed by totally separate companies..

They have Server 2012 R2 with single Active Directory forest\site

Each company hosted received own server in domain
Each company hosted received own OU in Active Directory

Is there any way to keep one company's people from seeing employee names inside the other OU's?  Or better yet, from even seeing the other OU's at all?



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You might be able to modify the OU security to not allow any of the other company from being able to read the OU at all.
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Client hosting some cloud servers accessed by totally separate companies..
They have Server 2012 R2 with single Active Directory forest\site


Each tenant should have their own VLAN and AD or Workgroup structure.
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