Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller and Windows XP workstations:
Active Directory Users and Computers/Users/User/Properties/Environment/Client devices
Connect client drives at logon
Connect client printers at logon
Shouldn't the above Terminal Services settings in Active Directory override the end user Remote Desktop client settings?
In our environment the end user Remote Desktop Client settings take precedence. If printing is disabled on the client but enabled in the user's AD profile then printing is not available.
Is this working by design or can I change something to allow the user environment settings in AD to override the end user settings RDC settings?