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How to setup different remote access rights for the DirectAccess users?

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DirectAccess (based on Windows Server 2012 R2) has been setup for remote users to access internal network file shares, web sites and applications. Everything works great. Our users now can securely connect to the corporate network from any location without any type of traditional VPN.

However, we would like to have different remote access rights for the DirectAccess users. Let’s say, users (to be correct, it’s actually computers) in DirectAccess-Group1 will have access to Server1 files shares and DirectAcees-Group2 will have access to Server2 and WebServer1. How do we do this?

Thanks in advance.
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anyone?!
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Zsolt Pribusz earned 500 total points
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I haven't done this, but based on group membership, you can modify the Name Resolution Policy Table (NRPT) through GPO.
Design the NRPT, to not include your full namespace, only minimum hosts what needed, and add new host records to it with GPOs.
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