Currently I'm trying to use Windows Firewall service and select 'only these accounts'...but that isn't working. Normal access to file shares works by selecting said accounts but not to the web server for some reason.
Basically I have a POS app on the network and sometimes people come in and want to use our wireless. That exposes the POS app to them and I don't want that. At first I thought I'd just set DHCP to use addresses 100 and above and only allow IP's from below that, but that isn't very robust and dependable. If I go the 'user accounts' route I can't use mobile devices which is something I'd like to be able to use (just not devices from strangers). What are my options?
Windows Server 2008 is the OS.
I guess another question would be "how can I set up my network so that any wireless user won't be able to access the same subnet my hard-wired computers are on? i.e., some computers are on 192.168.0.x whereas DHCP gives 192.168.1.x. I'd also need all computers to be able to use the internet (internet hub connected as 192.168.0.254 to main router which has DHCP at 192.168.0.1).