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How do I setup Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services to allow multiple users to connect to multiple servers?

There are 10 servers setup on a domain that will each need more than 2 users to be able to connect via RDP to manage IIS, apps and other tasks. I would like to use one or 2 servers for the licensing ...
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Query Windows local users using LDAP

Imagine a Company, only five employees, where a standalone virtual/cloud Remote Desktop Server is enough to serve all of the company's needs. This RDS stores all Programs and Files of the customer. ...
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RD Gateway: Most secure approach to authenticate users against remote domain

I need to perform authentication on a Remote Desktop Gateway against a remote domain. We have an internal corporate network with the domain corpdomain. Additionally there is a network at a remote ...
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How do I change the domain name of my AD DS? [closed]

I recently set up a server with AD DC and used a mydomain.local address for it. I now would like to be able to access the server through remote desktop from outside my local network. So I have ...
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One Active Directory, Multiple Remote Desktop Services (Server 2012 solution)

What I am trying to do is quite complex, so I figured I'd throw it out to a wider audience to see if anyone can find a flaw. What I am trying to do (as an MSP/VAR) is design a solution that will give ...
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3answers
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How do I reissue machine certificates for my Active Directory members now that I have a private CA?

So I have a working Active Directory. I've recently added a new machine to act as an Active Directory Certificate Authority. I've added a Group Policy (Computer level) for automatic certificate ...
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Remote Desktop Connection Denied because the user account is not authorized for remote login

I have set up Terminal Services in Windows 2003. Which is part of the domain. That server is not DC. It has only one role: Terminal Server When I'm trying to log in to it via RDP as an Domain ...
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Cannot Change “Log on through Terminal Services” in Local Security Policy XP from Server 2008 GP

This is a mixed AD environment, Server 2003 R2 and 2008 R2 I have a 2003 AD R2 and a 2008 R2 AD. GPO is usually managed from the 2008 R2 machine. I have a RD Gateway on another server as well. I ...
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Installing Terminal Server (Remote Desktop Services) on a Domain Controller (Active Directory)

From my research, I've come to understand that "Installing Terminal Server (Remote Desktop Services) on a Domain Controller (Active Directory)" is a cardinal sin - apparently there are some serious ...