I have a small group of desktop servers and I do not want anyone to be able to log on to them locally except for administrators.
We have a Windows 2003 AD and the servers are running Windows 7 Pro.
I know that I can:
Create an OU in AD with said computers, and assign a Group Policy to that OU. Then, in the Group Policy Editor, go to:
Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment\Allow log on locally and delete all groups/users except for
Domain Administrators, Remote Users, and Administrators?
Is it better to do this this through Group Policy, or configure this on each machine?