Restrictions on a kiosk that has internet access on our Active Directory network

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What restrictions should we put on a user at an internet kiosk on our Active Directory network? The user auto logs on. Should this be guest? Windows 7 enterprise.

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If u have guest, make sure, guest should be logging on from a separate VLAN that only allows Internet access (as it is a internet kiosk / cyber cafe).

Remember, not only the plan has a computer on the subnet that can access internal resources, but the computer definitely a domain member also.

Alternatively u can set the same thing using GPO.

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  • Sixball
    Something else thats popular: If you have the kiosk hooked up via wireless (have a client with 3 of these in their business) some routers offer a "wireless isolation" option. This allows the kiosks to connect to the wireless router, get on the Internet, but cannot see any other devices, or access anything else BUT the Internet...
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