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I use the jump groups to limit who can connect to different jump clients. For the most part, the jump groups are line of business and this works well. I do have some situations where someone needs to have access to a very specific and limited group of computers and would need to create a group that does not follow the normal grouping or find another way structure the restrictions. One way to do this may be to have a logical or virtual group that is just a link to the jump client in another group and this virtual group exists only for application of a group policy. Another option may be to use the Tags and add tagging to the Group Policy options. I.e., Group Policy "Accounting" can see the Jump Group: "Retail" but only the machines with tag: "60"