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By yasser_omran ·
How can I prevent users using same UserID and password from loging to Network with more than one workstation at the same time?

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by Andrew_T In reply to Win NT Logon Policies

This Technet article "Limiting a User's Concurrent Connections in Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 (Q237282):" should tell you exactly how to do this.

http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb ;en-us;Q237282

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by Mackem In reply to Win NT Logon Policies

In user manager for domains you can use the log on to button to enable which computers a user is eligable to log on to. The default is to log on to all comoputers. Define which computer(s) you want the user to log on to and they are restricted to those that you choose.
It can be time consuming if you want to restrict all users. We use it to restrict users who are not allowed internet access.
Best of Luck
JV.

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to Win NT Logon Policies

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by Gigelul In reply to Win NT Logon Policies

I agree answer2 but if you describe us what problems generate multiple logins in your network maybe exists other ideas.

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by yasser_omran In reply to Win NT Logon Policies

Doing this will help admin to stop users from login to domain from deferent workstations in the same time.

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