Restrict login access to TS machine in multi server domain environment

3 servers in a domain - Is there a way to force all non administrator RDP sessions to the server setup for TS/RDP.

I want to achieve 2 things - stop non-administrator users from accessing the DC & one other server & force users to access the server setup for RDP/TS.
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Sinder255248Commented:
Can you explain a little more what you're trying to achieve?  Only certain groups of users can logon to a DC by default, domain users isn't one of these.  You could just deny access based on the RDP permissions, and remove the right to logon locally.
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pagogrpAuthor Commented:
Hi Sinder255

Sorry for the delay.

I think you have answered my query - I can set the restriction on each server via local security policy - so I can stop users from TSing to a particular server by removing that access via local security policy.

Nice One
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