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GPO to deny local user accounts from authenticating across the network

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We recently had an audit done and one of the findings was that local computer/server accounts could authenticate across the network. For instance I can RDP to a server and use the local admin account to logon to the server. I have tried a few GPO's and read a few articles but I cant seem to get this fixed. Any ideas would be appreciated (server 2008r2 DC).
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