How to prevent user to login from defferent system in Active directory Domain 2003 server?

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Windows Server 2003
Hi All, I am sandeep. I have created 2003 AD server. in that gp is config to redirect My document and desktop to server. all user use different system every day. some user login on two or three system at a time i want to prevent user to so and trace only valid user is login in domain. plz help me.
ASKED: August 29, 2008  12:39 AM
UPDATED: September 1, 2008  1:23 PM

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Hi Sandeep,

Pls find the below links
<a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237282″> Limiting a user’s concurrent connections in Windows Server 2003 </a>
<a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814595″> Auditing to track user activities </a> from Microsoft

I hope this will work for u.

If u have more concerns pls let us know.

Thanks & Regards,
Vlvpk

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    You can only log on to a Windows Active Directory environment using a valid user name and password. To minimize the chances of unauthorized users logging on, disable unused accounts and delete them after a specified period to be determined by management.
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