Exclude domain computer from shared folders

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Shared folders
Win XP (Pro)
Windows 2000 Domain Controller
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2000 Server Domain
I have a Win 2000 Domain controller. One of my users (a teacher) has a laptop for her personal use and a desktop for students to use in her office. She needs to access all of our shared network resources (shared drives, etc.) from her laptop (which she can). I need to set up the desktop so that it does not have access to any shared resources, except for printers. Both of the computers need to use her domain credentials. How do I explicitly exclude the desktop machine from access to these resources?
ASKED: December 4, 2009  7:50 PM
UPDATED: September 11, 2012  4:15 PM

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I would suggest create a secondary user account with lower privileges. This is what we do for users who need a powerful account for certain activities and a regular account for activities requiring less privileges.

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