Help with Group Policy Objects in Server 2008 64-bit

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Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Objects
Hi guys, I need some help with Server 2008 GPOs. This may be a noob question so be gentle! I have various servers in OUs and need to prevent users accessing other servers via a logged on server. e.g. User1 logged onto Server A in OU A, must not be able to access Server B in OU B from Server A, but can logon to Server B directly. Would dedicated logon accounts be better? Any ideas?

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Server 2008 x64
ASKED: July 28, 2010  4:38 PM
UPDATED: July 28, 2010  5:42 PM

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Put them in security groups that only have access to the servers they need. If securitygroup “Servers A” (as an example) does not have rights to log onto servers in the B group it does not matter if they are logged onto the A servers or their desktop they will not be able to log onto the B group servers. Access is controlled by user rights. Use security groups.

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