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Terminal Services - Change configuration from per device to per user

Posted on 2008-10-12
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Hi All,

Am running windows server 2003 with terminal services.
I need to change the configuration from per device to per user.

However, when I go into the configuration manager, the option is grayed out....

If I uninstall then re-install TS will the program still work?

Any ideas?

Im sure this is an easy one for someone.
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This is greyed out because you have a GPO somewhere defining this setting (Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services, "Set the Terminal Server Licensing mode").
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