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Remote Desktop Users Group missing in 2003 Server can not login to Terminal server

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Added windows 2003 Server to Present Active Directory 2000 network.  This machine is a exchange server and a Terminal server box.  When I try to login to terminal server I get Local login  is not permitted.  This machie is in applications mode i have added all groups and users into all the right policies but still can not login in even as administrator.  I have noticed that this 2003 server doesn't have the predefined group "Remote Desktop Users"  This is usaly where i add the group or user to give acces to login.  Any ideas .....

Please note that I have reviewd all the setting in the policy manger local security and add all usres to logon local and logon to terminal server....

THanks

Colin  
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Try this.

System Properties - >  Remote Access -> Remote Desktop. Is it checked? If don't, check it and maybe your problem is solved.
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