User restriction in Windows Server 2003

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i have a Dc in win2003 server i have a problam . the problam is one user login with the same user name and password to the other XP clint machine . how to stop this

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ASKED: July 31, 2011  12:01 PM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  7:33 PM

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Hi,

you can give restictions in DC in active directory Users and cmputers right click on user properties in log on to option add computer name u want logon which computer name that user only add computer only

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  • ErroneousGiant
    I've only seen 3rd party tools that can limit how many workstations a user can log onto other than completely restricting where that user can work. In AD you can not only set logon hours but set which machines a users is allowed to log in on. Obviously if you only allow 1 workstation for that user they can't log on anywhere else. However while this will solve your immediate issue it is going to create alot more admin work not only setting this up for each user but maintaining it as well.
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  • Jsepeta
    Is the XP client machine added to the domain? I couldn't tell from your description.
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