Exclusive Log On in domain

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In my little internet network, my Domain Controller works with NT4. I have Clients NT4 and W2K.
I would like this: if the Domain Controller goes down or is off, the Clients which try to Log On (they have only domain accounts)can't log on neither in local.
In other words, if the domain goes down, I would like all the Clients to be unusable.
Thanks.
 
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By default they will log on using cached credentials. See "more information"
in this article for methods to stop caching credentials.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;172931&Product=win2000



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"Stefano" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5EC5FBC4-C02E-4ED2-8FF7-B1016302AA58@microsoft.com...
> In my little internet network, my Domain Controller works with NT4. I have
Clients NT4 and W2K.
> I would like this: if the Domain Controller goes down or is off, the
Clients which try to Log On (they have only domain accounts)can't log on
neither in local.
> In other words, if the domain goes down, I would like all the Clients to
be unusable.
> Thanks.
 
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Disable cached logon credentials this will prevent users
from logging on without the presence of a domain controller:

Cached Logon Information
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;172931


"Stefano" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> In my little internet network, my Domain Controller works with NT4. I
have Clients NT4 and W2K.
> I would like this: if the Domain Controller goes down or is off, the
Clients which try to Log On (they have only domain accounts)can't log on
neither in local.
> In other words, if the domain goes down, I would like all the Clients
to be unusable.
> Thanks.
 
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Your welcome very much.

"Stefano" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thank you very much!