where is the policy in active directory to force all xp machines to turn remote desktop on

Posted on 2004-11-15
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
Where is the group policy in active directory to force all xp machines to turn remote desktop on?
Question by:DMS-X
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    Expert Comment

    In Group Policy Editor
    User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Desktop -> Active Desktop -> Enable Active Desktop.
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    Expert Comment

    go to my group policy where your computers are
    Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Componenets, Terminal Services, Allow users to connect remotely using Terminal Services and enable it
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    Accepted Solution

    Here is the answer from a previous post:

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    sorry, read it wrong. forget my first post :)
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    grrrrr, That did not work and now I cannot logon to my domain controller through RD. After changing
    computerconfiguration>Windows-Settings>local policies>assign of userrights>"Allow to logon via Terminalservices"
    I get this error
    The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactivly.

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    Expert Comment

    Sorry for the ping - I expect cfairly got it right and DMS-X used the wrong reg value, but it would be nice to hear to be sure...


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