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I have seen this question all over the place.. but not in detail in what i am trying to .. I am running server 2000 with AD.. and about 25 mixed XP Pro and 2000 boxes.. I am needing to setup a couple domain users so they can use Remote desktop.. but i dont want to give them Domain Admin Priv to them.. I know i can setup Locial Policy at each pc or server they are needing to login, but some of them remote into several Computers.. is there away to add them to a policy like server 2003.. As Remote Desktop users..
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by:jdeclue
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There is not a permissions or group policy issue here. If Remote Desktop, or a client is on the machine, the user can open it and connect to any machine which is running Terminal Services, either in Support Mode or Full Mode. Once the connection is established they log into the machine as if they were at the machine itself. If the users AD account has access to the machine then they can log in. Let me know if this helps.

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The users are part of the Domain user policy.. if they try to connect to another workstation or if i try to connect to there workstation as them i get the error "The local policy of this system does no permit you to logon interactively".. I know how to fix it at a signal pc.. i have to login as an admin.. and tell that pc to allow remote Connections. from certian domain users. if i set them up as an admin or as a domain admin i am fine.. But dont want to do that. what this is for is so if a client is having a problem with certain software i can login as them and see there desktop and work on the software under there profil.. with out running all over the building or driveing accross town to the our remote locations.. and certain ones can login into the fax server and pull thangs from there. Thanks.
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I am very confused. Windows XP Professional and Server 2000 and 2003 can accept remote connections. The configuration of permissions and access is different between the Server versions and wht Windows XP. If you download the Windows Server 2003 Administrative tools then you can set Group Policy to control all of this including enabling and setting permissions on who can access the Windows XP Pro boxes. The Windows 2003 Administrative Tools work beautifully in a Windows 2000 AD environment and even add functionality to it. 2000 Professional does not have any Terminal Service client, so they cannot be connected to.

Is the intent here to allow a certain group of people to connect to Windows XP Professional workstations, from any Windows 2000 or XP machine? If that is the case then using the Windows 2003 admin tools in a Windows 2000 environment will give you the Windows XP Professional group policy control, allowing you to control the additional XP components that you cannot control today.

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That worked.. i just need to setup a XP Pro running the Admin Pak.. I installed that software the other day but did not thank that it would work in a server 2000 INV.. I thouhgt it was only for sever 2003.. Thanks For your Help..
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No problem... that was easier than I thought it was going to be. Cool! ;)

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