|I want to limit user logins. Currently when you are at the login screen the user has the ability to select multiple domains (1 of 5 domains) on our network. I want to enforce a domain wide group policy that restricts it so that only users of a particular domain (C_DOMAIN) have access to its domain PCs (workstation@c-doamin). Our DC are running Windows 2003 Server and all of our workstations are running Windows XP Pro.|
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I want it so only user@CDOMAIN has the ability to login to C_DOMAIN PC. Can not do anything with Trust we share to many data base. We are not trying to prevent accessing shares on C_DOMAIN that have they have permissions too, nor do we want to block C_DOMAIN users from accessing shares on the other 4 domains if they have permissions too.
We are trying to prevent them from using C_DOMAINs workstations. Each domain is a different agency. The situation is the users in Domain A and D do not have Internet access on the workstations in their domain. Thus they login to C_DOMAIN PC once in a while, so they can surf the web. Plus we just do not want them being able to login on C_DOMAIN PCs. I was hoping to find a group policy that would solve this problem.
Thanks for your assistance,