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>From: "Skybuck Flying" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Login to VPN with limited user account and special rights ?
>Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 07:20:25 +0200
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>I have setup a VPN and I can only login to the VPN with adminstrator
>I want other people to connect to my VPN but I do not want them to have
>adminstrator rights to prevent trouble etc.
>I tried adding a limited user account to the "Remote Desktop Users" group
>and I also tried to give the user "Allow logon through Terminal Services"
>rights but both didn't help...
>The limited user account can not login into the VPN ?
>So my question is how can I allow other people to connect to my VPN but at
>the same time make sure they don't do any bad stuff... ?!?!?
>This VPN is ment to be used to play games which need to work with UDP/IP