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Setting permissions for RDP security settings via Group Policy

Is there any way to set settings from the Security tab for a connection in Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration via group policy? I have discovered how to do it via the WMI class ...
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disable audio on remote desktop

I am running a Windows 2008 server that has remote users connecting to it via terminal services. I have group policies in place for each organization that connects. Is there a way, through group ...
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Permitting Remote Deskop Users group to login in

I've been running into an issue where members of our IT department are unable to login to the servers we have recently set up. I have added the IT group to the Remote Desktop Users group and they are ...
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Remote Desktop Users via Group Policy Server 2008

I have a group policy setup that turns on remote desktop connections to all clients on the network. The only problem with this, is the local user accounts are not administrative accounts and do not ...
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How can I prevent Terminal Server Users from restarting the server after an Automatic Update?

We have a Windows Server 2003 terminal server, and our IT department does not want to disable Automatic Updates. The problem is, when an update gets applied that requires a reboot, users get a popup ...
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Temporary user-profiles on Windows Server 2008 TS

for a publicly accessible terminal server I have created a user profile which only allows running of a few programs (demonstration of applications). This results in many people connecting to the ...
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What is your basic lockdown Group Policy for Terminal Services servers

I'm looking for direction on some general settings to configure for a Terminal Services server group policy. It is running Server 2003 Standard and hosts about 20 people simultaneously. Obviously ...