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Restricting user access to a system

By veegee ·
In our office,W2K Professional is installed in all systems and connected under a network.In my absence, it is possible for anyone to logon with their login IDs into my system and see all my files. Is there anyway to restrict other users of local group from logging in to my system(except local administrator,domain controllers)?

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Restricting user access t ...

in active directory users (previously called usermanager for domain) you can specify on which computers the person may logg into. If your pc is not specified they can not logg into your workstation.

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by BeerMonster In reply to Restricting user access t ...

on your system, select start \ run \ gpedit.mmc
brows to computer config \ windows settings \ security settings \ local policies \ user rights assignments

There is a setting here for 'log on locally' via which you can restrict who is able to logon to your machine

BUT

If your file system is NTFS, why not just restrict access to your personal files and folders to yourself ??

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