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    We have Windows 2003 Domain and on occasions we have business guests arrive and bring their own laptops and connect to the internet. It's never been a problem, but today I counted 8 people with laptops that I have no idea who they are. What and How is the best way to limit or monitor who's coming and going with laptops. Is there anyway to restrict this some thru a GP?
    Thanks!

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    Re: Restrict Guest Accounts

    Don't think so because you can't manage there computers.
    A nice investement if you can afford it is a Cisco BBSM or something like that.
    It works with a Ticket system.
    Marcel
    Technical Consultant
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    • #3
      Re: Restrict Guest Accounts

      I didnt think so with just denying all accounts. I think windows longhorn has the capability to place restrictions on guest pc before they are allowed.
      I was hoping for something.

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