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MS Windows 2003 Standard Terminal Server deployment - workgroup mode

Posted on 2008-10-01
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now i have building the windows 2003 stndard server for run terminal server.
A foxpro program run on  and need map to x drive running.
I have some question about the user profile setup

- how to install MS Office 2033 on server terminal services mode
- how to hide or disable desktop IE / my computer or other default profile and hide specified drive,
- how to using GPO to create new template for remote access.
- how to re-direct printer to user local printer prining

Pls advice how to setup.
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Id you want to install terminal services proper then tou have to install Terminal Server and Terminal Server licencing (uo can use it for 120 days "trial" without having any TS CALs - after that, unless you buy and install the CALs it will cease to function.

You can use GPEDIT.MSC from the command line to create/set local poliies.

Printer re-direction is specified in the RDP client

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thanks . now our network running wrokgroup mode, is need upgrade to domain mode , please advice more information or ref website to setup group police for branch office user using terminal user remote login.
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