My problem is, I created users in a domain that can log on to any client, however, I want to prevent them from...
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logging on to multiple clients at once. Can you help?
In Windows Server 2003, you can implement the LimitLogon utility to help ensure that a user will only be able to log onto the network from a single station at any time. You can download this tool from Microsoft here.
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