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    How can I limit user accounts on Windows Server 2000?

    My server uses terminal services, I have a workgroup with about 40 computers listed, and 3 servers listed.
    I don't want the workstations to have full access to those servers on the workstation. Only 1 folder on 1 of the servers.

    I set up all the users with accounts on my servers, I'm trying to restrict them from seeing all but 1 folder on those servers.

    how can this be done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyDamasco View Post
    My server uses terminal services, I have a workgroup with about 40 computers listed, and 3 servers listed.
    I don't want the workstations to have full access to those servers on the workstation. Only 1 folder on 1 of the servers.

    I set up all the users with accounts on my servers, I'm trying to restrict them from seeing all but 1 folder on those servers.

    how can this be done?
    Not sure I follow your question. When you say "workgroup" do you mean that you are not using AD? The servers are running stand-alone?

    Please give us a bit more information.
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    "full access to those servers on the workstation" do you mean on the workgroup?

    Why have you decided to use a workgroup and setup a domain with AD?
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    I don't want the workstations to have full access to those servers on the workstation. Only 1 folder on 1 of the servers.
    I set up all the users with accounts on my servers, I'm trying to restrict them from seeing all but 1 folder on those servers.
    I am not sure I am following you.
    You want users to see only one share and not other shares? Or not to be able to use terminal services?
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