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Set Terminal Services Permissions via script

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Can anyone please supply a script to set Terminal Services access permissions (TCSS.msc > RDP-TCP > Permissions)

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http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/default.mspx?mfr=true

Browse to Terminal Server-->Configuring Terminal Server Properties.

Depending on what settings you wish to modify, there are sample scripts there to set the encryption level, service permissions, and much more.

Hope this helps.

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I need this for Windows 2000. I have couple of scripts for Windows 2003 and Windows xp but unfortunately nothing for 2000.

I have found TsConSec.exe and this does my job.

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I found TsConSec.exe
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