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Preventing domain users from accessing every server on the network

Windows network security expert Wes Noonan explains how to block an individual domain user from accessing every server on a network.

How can I prevent a domain user or computer from accessing all servers on the network? I only want them to be able to access one server.
One effective method of doing this would be to add the user to a group that you create (for example Server A Users) and then remove them from the domain users group. Next, make the group that you created a member of the appropriate local groups on the server to grant them the level of access you desire. For example, if you want them to be just a regular user, you can add the global group to the local "Users" group.

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