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Remopte a server

Posted on 2006-07-13
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Im trying to give a user access to remote a server, I can remote no problem - I am a domain admin. I even made him a member of the domain admins group and still he cannot remote.

When I go to make changes under "allow logon through terminal services" the add user button is greyed out...


ANy advice?

Thanks in advance

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Question by:jsanfilippo5
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You made him a member of domain admins and it still doesn't work.  It might be a replication issue where as the changes did not change replicate to the authenticating DC.  Wait about 5 minutes and try again.  

To allow terminal services the users only needs two things.
* Allow logon Locally right set in the local or domain policy.
* Add the user to the local Remote Desktop Users group.



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by:jsanfilippo5
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i cant allow log on locally - the buttons are greyed out....
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Also he has been a member of the domain admins group for a while now...3 days...
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I think you need to confirm your have administrative rights on the server.  Is Domain Admins in the local Administrators group on the target server.  You should be able to edit the local policy if you are a local admin.

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I found the problem.... It looks like it was a conflict...Thanks


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