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SBS 2003 PDC, 2003 Server Standard as terminal srver problem

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I am trying to use the above setup.

However I have added the required users to the remote desktop users group and still no joy.
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What error messages do you get? Can you log on locally with user accounts on the 2003 Server Standard computer? Make sure the 2003 Server Standard computer is joined to the domain and has DNS pointing to the SBS 2003 DC. On the 2003 Server Standard Computer go to Administrative Tools --> Terminal Services Configuration. Right-click the "RDP" connection on the right pane and select properties. Go to the security tab and add the user accounts/groups you want to allow to log on to the server over terminal services. Try again.
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Please see http://sbsurl.com/sbstss for a complete How-to for deploying this.

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