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By MHurst ·
We have a remote office that is not part of our domain.

They have 5 PC's that connect to us using TS.

Right now they just use a general account to login to us, but I want to change it so they have there own Domain Username's and passwords.

The problem is, I do not want them to login to TS from home or anywhere else, except from the remote office.

Is there a way I can accomplish this even though they are not part of our local domain?

We do not wish to land a DC there at this time.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Terminal Services

tell us more about your domain. what server os? is this small business server? are you using AD? what do you know about the remote offices domain?
i think bfilm would say to set up a 'trust' for the remote domain. if you happen to be running win2k3 server, i would call microsoft with this question and see if i could get some free advice.
so: no working from home, huh? why not?
anyhow, i think it would be easy to configure a firewall to only allow TS connection request from the ip of the remote office...

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