RSA Security Console.

My RSA console uses AD to manage the users.  We have hired a contractor and need to give them VPN access to the network.  They are showing up in the RSA but I need to restrict their access to just one particular server.  Where can I do that act.  The administrative guide says I can but it does not say where.
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AdithiumAuthor Commented:
The way i resolved this issue was to create the user a domain account.  Take the user out of all groups except noaccess/norights and then add the user to the VPN access group locally on the one server I wanted them to have access too.  Then I created the RDP shortcut to the server on the users laptop.  This way they can access that server as a standard user but they have no rights to anywhere else on the network.

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