Block user from using domain PCs.

I have a Windows AD on Server 2008 R2 and run Exchange Server 2010. I have a user that was created for email purposes. What is the easiest way to block the user from using our domain PCs and still have access to email via ActiveSync or OWA?
Thomas HeikkilaHead of Information TechnologyAsked:
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WilliamCommented:
How would he use the email system, would he have a local login on a domain computer? Would he be using a laptop or desktop offsite? You could put the user in a group in group policy that denies him to login. Do not know if that would override the Exchange server email credentials or not.....
it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
You want to setup a group policy that sets the Deny Logon Locally policy for the specific user.

https://4sysops.com/archives/deny-and-allow-workstation-logons-with-group-policy/

-saige-

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