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Lock Down Terminal Services

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Hey All,

   Just wondering if there is a way to lock down 2003 terminal services without using Active Directory? When the user logs on I don't want them to be able to shutdown the server only log off. I also don't need them going to the control panel either. Thanks in advance
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wilsj,

unfortunately you are stuck in a not so great position :) You can do most of what you can do with GPO through the local policy on the machine (GPEDIT.MSC) but its a rat to try and separate these policies from the admin
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/293655/

Regards,

James
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Thanks for the fast response I will give this a try tomorrow.
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Works like a charm. Thanks for the information.
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cool :)
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