Because of the context implicit in your message, I assume you are using Windows to provide RAS (RRAS?) access. Alas, there is no explicit mechanism to limit which RAS servers within a single domain that users whose RAS access is enabled can dial into. However, there are two workarounds that can solve this problem fairly easily:
- Put each RAS server into its own domain, making it possible to manage accounts on a per-server/domain basis.
- Set up separate RAS accounts for each server, so that user access can be controlled on a per-server basis.
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