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Configure server 2003 to restrict outgoing connections


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Hello, I am trying to configure a windows 2003 server so that anyone remote desk toping in will not be able to access the rest of the computers in the office. Is there a way to set up permissions so that anyone who RDC into the server cannot access the local network?
Currently I have it on a seperate IP and router, but I want to bring it under the office's IP and router so our developers can access it. But again I don't want our friends in remote locations to have access to our local network.

Thanks in advance for any help/advice on this subject.