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how do i restrict log on to an individual PC

By Noir101 ·
I have a pc that i need to install certain tools and and software. I need the PC to be part of the domain but i only want a few people to be able to log on to it. They need to be able to log on to other pc's as well
i know that you can restrict a user to a pc, not sure how to go about doing this. can it be done?

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do this thru GPO

by markp24 In reply to how do i restrict log on ...

Hi

there is a GPO setting for this,
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverGP/thread/7454eab4-4c75-4d98-94cf-70348c700d30/

I believe you can also edit the local "users" group to just have the users you want in that gtoup (vs default all domain users)
if the system was off the domain, i would say make logins only for the users that need access.

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by seanferd In reply to do this thru GPO

Right. Add users, not groups. Pretty straightforward.

Of course, there is the option of one user account for which all the appropriate users know the credentials. (Assuming you don't need to log against particular users in this case, and each user does not need a separate account space.)

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