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NT Domain Logon Restriction

By jdonovan51 ·
Is there a way to restrict logon of users in an NT domain so that they can
ONLY log on from one, specific IP address?

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by SyscoKid In reply to NT Domain Logon Restricti ...

I don't know about IP address, but in User Manager for Domains, you can go to the Logon tab and specify which workstation name the user is allowed to log into.

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by avachon In reply to NT Domain Logon Restricti ...

Hi, you can run DHCP server (under networking|services). You can set up reservations on your clients so they will use only the IP you have reserved for them. There is lots of documentation on dhcp on microsft's site, technet, windows2000mag.com. Also, with DHCP, clients can only access your network by being assigned (either through a reservation set by you or by an automatic scope that leases addresses to clients).

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