Auto Logon Windows Domain Controller via a Terminal Client

Posted on 2006-06-06
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
I have a terminal client (RDP5) that connects to a windows 2000 domain controller/terminal server to run Internet Explorer.  I  want the termainl client to auto-logon to the domain controller.  Is there anyway to do that?

Question by:sfjacobs
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    Install adminpak, go to remote desktops and add your servers.

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    The remote desktops are running a thin-client (neoware) to run the RDP5 connection.  Will the adminpak still work?

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    That, u have to try, not sure dude. That's what i use for my administration, found it very useful.

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