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By raj_ti ·
I have a network of NT plateform. We have three floor of networking. Ground floor is for Internet users. First floor is for developer & second floor is for administration. All the machine is connected to a single network .We have a single ntserver at third floor for administrator & all other machine at first & GND floor is Windows 95& 98. Now I want to manage the network in such a way that ground floor machines cannot access the first & second floor machines. Second floor machines can access the third floor machine but cannot GND floor machines & Second floor machines are able to access the entire network.I need urgent help & solution for this type of scenario. I am very grateful to all of you who provide me proper solution.

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by dhills In reply to Nt Networking

If I understand your question correctly It sounds like all you need to do is to set up your local and global groups in user manager to allow assess as needed. If this is what you need and you need help on how to do this you can e-mail me at dhills@dingley.com and I can walk you through it.

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by raj_ti In reply to Nt Networking

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by eperez In reply to Nt Networking

I guess you have resources to share in 95/98 machines, otherwise it sounds very weird.
Create local and global gropus as needed, giving permissions as normal to access resources in your NT server.
Then, go to your 95/98 Machines, Start-ControlPanel-Network..there you have three tabs, select AccessControl, there you will have a selection point that says "User access control" there you can type the domain name of the nt server and add permissions as necesary. You might want to change the groupsthe PCs belong to somethig like "floor1, floor2, floor3" to have your PCs clearly defined when doing the changes in your network.
As I said, this answer is only if you want to share 95/98 resources and it is very simple, it does not deal with topics like advanced security or other browsing methods.
Hope it works.

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by raj_ti In reply to Nt Networking

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by curlergirl In reply to Nt Networking

If you need to absolutely prevent the other machines from even seeing each other, you could do this by subnetting your network, assuming you're using TCP/IP as your protocol. You could buy a simple router to route traffic between the subnets that need to see each other, or you could put three NICs in your NT server and use it as a router. If you're not familiar with IP subnetting, email me and I can give you a few pointers. Hope this helps!

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by raj_ti In reply to Nt Networking

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by sdfgsdf In reply to Nt Networking

the answer is simple. create three groups called floor 1, 2, and 3. add the proper users to each group. allow each group to access the other proper groups.

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by raj_ti In reply to Nt Networking

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by jun1cez1 In reply to Nt Networking

To raj ti,
You should start by creating user groups and putting them into a global groups starting from the admin group down to domain users group and associate them with the proper permission, such as domain users not to be able to access nor evensee the Admin Global Group.
However, its quite a process that cannot be explained here in a 1000 characters so IF you are new to Windows NT, that I can actually sense, I do suggest you read for a while and see how it works. Especially in creating domains and trust.
Anyways, wish you all the luck.
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