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I have two Terminal Services Servers. Neither are running Citrux, just good ole Terminal Services. One of the Servers is 2003 and the other is Server 2000.

On the 2003 Server, I have it set so that I can remote control a client session without the users permission. This is set in:
Administrative Tools -> Terminal Service Settings -> Local Computer Policy -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Terminal Services -> Set Rules for remote control of Terminal Services user sessons. I have this setting Enabled of course and the option is Full Control without Users Permission.

On the 2000 Server, I simply don't have the Terminal Services part of the path. I get:
Administrative Tools -> Terminal Service Settings -> Local Computer Policy -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components. And the Terminal Services part is not available.

Is this setting stored somewhere else in 2000 Server? Or do I need to add the Terminal Services folder to the console somehow?

Please help. Thanks!
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Under Active Directory Users and Computers, chose the user account, go into the properties of the user.  Chose the Remote control tab, and this is where you set the options.

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Shouldn't I be able to set it for all users? I can on 2003.
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Check out the following article, Windows 2003 has much better management control over TS.

http://www.winnetmag.com/Articles/Print.cfm?ArticleID=38284
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Sorry, hit Submit too soon.  You can go into Terminal Services Configuration and change the settings for RDP-tcp, there's a tab for Remote Control which you can set how you want Shadowing handled.

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Perfect! Thank you so much. I appreciate your help!
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No problem
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