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How To Stop 1 User Logging On, On 2 Computers

By UserDeletedByRequest ·

I have a domain, the domain controllers are Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition. What i want to do is to stop careless users from login on one computer then leaving it logged on then walking off and login on another computer. Is there a way to stop this? Is there anything in group policy?

Thanks Alot


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Sorry, I thought that I had ran across it before

by w2ktechman In reply to Yes

but looking now, I do not see it.
Maybe I was thinking Novell, as used to us it too.
But, I did run across something that may help, a logon/logoff script. when the user logs on, it puts a record into a file, when the same user tries to logon again, it will check the file, if the user had not logged out, they cannot log in.

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Link posted above

by NickNielsen In reply to Sorry, I thought that I h ... is the link to the WindowsITPro solution, which used the logon script.

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by blain.s.andrew In reply to Sorry, I thought that I h ...

This should be found under the "Active Directory Users and Groups" tool.

Double click the user and choose the "Account tab". Hit the "logon to" button. Specify which computers you want this user to log into which computers.


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