Remove domain member computers domain login access and domain resources access.

I have a few domain member computers which we suspect they are being infected by virus.  

I go to ADUC and look for the computers, right-click and disable.  

How come they are still able to login to the domain and access shared drives of the domain?

I just want to restrict those computers so they cannot login to the domain and cannot access the domain shared drives or resource.  

What is a good and efficient way to do it BESIDES REMOVING THOSE COMPUTER FROM THE DOMAIN?

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Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Just removing the computer from the domain isn't going to stop it from trying to infect your network. The safest action is to physically disconnect the system from the network. Otherwise an infected computer will continue to look for weaknesses on your servers or other workstations.

To answer your question though, changes to AD settings may not take effect until the computer is rebooted, or at least the user logs off.

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unless you reboot the computer (computer must connected to network), update (disablement) in computer account will not be effective
once you reboot, computer will try to logon to network and at that point AD will stop it from logging
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