Deny and Allow Workstation Logins to better Protect your Network
Restricting Active Directory users by country, machine name or IP address reduces the network attack surface and will protect against unwanted access. In the event of a user’s credentials being compromised the number of computers, devices and locations that can use these credentials is vastly reduced.
Use Case Example 1
Restrict User Login based on Country
The geolocation restriction allows an administrator to restrict remote logons based on country (geolocation). The restriction will disallow/allow logons from a list of selectable countries.
Use Case Example 2
Restrict User Login to only specific Workstations & Devices
Limit access to a single computer or particular machines. This can be set for a single user or a group of users. Read the exact use case.
Use Case Example 3
Restrict User Login to an authorized IP address range
Restrict connection to certain geographies or departments. This can be set for a single user or a group of users.