Giving log on locally permossions on a 2003 AD server

We have a server in a remote location which a users needs to log on to via RDP.  The server is a Domain controler but I do not want to make the user part of the Domain admin or Administrator groups.  How can I get the user to only log into the server.

I have tried making him part of the remote desktop users group but he still does not have permissions to log on.
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wannabecraigAsked:
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PlaceboC6Commented:
Default Domain Controllers GPO Object
Pull up the User Rights portion of the GPO

"Allow Logon Through Terminal Services" right.

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wannabecraigAuthor Commented:
Hi.  The solution was a bit casual and took me a while to find out what you were talking about.
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