Enabling / disabling active directory users

Iain Grant Iain.Grant at scri.ac.uk
Wed Jun 16 15:18:33 CEST 2010

We have on site a Windows 2008 RC2 domain controller ( 64-bit ) which I
have a linux based freeradius server hanging from.

My question is, other than changing the users file on the freeradius
server, is there another way of disabling a user from authentication
through the radius server but still allow them access via the active
directory route.

So for example, a user can log in quite happily on site using their
windows machine.
If they go offsite and try authentication via the radius server they
will not be allowed.

Does active directory have a flag or something that can be set against
the user account to deny access via a radius link.



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