Limit user to logon at one PC at a time

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Iam having a network on Windows server 2003 Active directory Domain. By Default Active directory allows single user to logon to multiple computers simultaneously. for example one user USER A can logon to COMPUTER A and simultaneously he can Logon to COMPUTER B also without loggingoff from COMPUTER A. Now for some reasons I want to restrict the Domain Users to logon to multiple computers simultaneously, without restricting them to logon to some particular systems only.measn I want to set them free to logon to any computer in domain but restrict their logon session in domain to only once till they logout. Thanx in advance. Regards Sherry

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If I understand you correctly, then this link will provide you with a solution.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2005/05/UtilitySpotlight/

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