GPO Help

July 28th, 2010 - 11:55 am ET by IvorTheTiger | Report spam
Hi guys,
I need some help with Server 2008 GPOs. This may be a noob question so
be gentle!

I have various servers in OUs and need to prevent users accessing
other servers via a logged on server.

e.g.

User1 logged onto Server A in OU A, must not be able to access Server
B in OU B from Server A, but can logon to Server B directly.

Would dedicated logon accounts be better?
Any ideas?
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#1 Chris M
July 28th, 2010 - 04:23 pm ET | Report spam
On 28/07/2010 16:55, IvorTheTiger wrote:
Hi guys,
I need some help with Server 2008 GPOs. This may be a noob question so
be gentle!

I have various servers in OUs and need to prevent users accessing
other servers via a logged on server.

e.g.

User1 logged onto Server A in OU A, must not be able to access Server
B in OU B from Server A, but can logon to Server B directly.

Would dedicated logon accounts be better?
Any ideas?



It might be better if you explain why you're trying to achieve that -
there may be something you hadn't considered.

Chris M.
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#2 IvorTheTiger
July 29th, 2010 - 05:03 am ET | Report spam
Hi Chris,

Fair enough!

We do remote support and have to setup a VM per customer with
dedicated VPN per customer. We want this on a seperate domain and
prevent anyone coming in from client A to be able to get to client b's
information.

Thanks
Ivor
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#3 Chris M
July 29th, 2010 - 08:32 am ET | Report spam
On 29/07/2010 10:03, IvorTheTiger wrote:
Hi Chris,

Fair enough!

We do remote support and have to setup a VM per customer with
dedicated VPN per customer. We want this on a seperate domain and
prevent anyone coming in from client A to be able to get to client b's
information.



I'm not sure I understand. Will the clients be logging on directly to a
VM on your network via a VPN? If so, why?

Chris M.
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