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moinuddin_sh
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If you manage the DHCP, you simply need to reserve all dhcp addresses to you registered users and for addresses that aren't needed, you simply need to reserve them to 0123456789ab for example (which most probably doesn't exist as a mac address).

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Then you're trying to do something that Windows 2003 cannot do natively - however, if you've got network equipment that supports it, setting up 802.1x via IAS (your switches need to support EAPOL and 802.1x for this to work) will keep people who do not have either a smartcard issued by you, or a certificate issued by you, off of your network. 802.1x is enforced at the switch level, and only allows EAPOL packets between the switch and your Server 2003 IAS server - once the smartcard or certificate from the machine is accepted via the Server 2003 IAS server, the switch port becomes active until the set time frame passes (configured by you) or the machine disconnects from the switch port (again, you will configure how a port becomes "active" and also how an active port becomes "inactive").

Again, if your switch hardware supports it, this is a relatively easy and quick way to lock down a network the way you are requesting.

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