Allow log on to Terminal Services right errors
Posted on 2008-10-22
I am configuring a new bunch of new servers to replace our current ones. I have built one server with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise, and configured it to be my Domain, DHCP and DNS server. I also have several other servers that will be configured exactly alike that will run Windows Server 2003 Standard and are configured to be Terminal Servers (10 TS's in all).
I am currently doing testing with my DC Server and a master image TS server. The TS is in the Domain, and when I log in using RDP as administrator it works great. But when I attempt to login as a user I get the "to log onto this remote computer, you must have Allow log on to Terminal Services rights" error.
I have allowed Users and Authenticated Users to be able to login to Terminal Serverice via the Group Policy. I even allowed them to login locally using the Group Policy. When I attempt an RDP connection to the DC my user can log in successfully, but when I try to login to my TS I get the error.
I have researched the Experts Exchange knowledge base and tried multiple recommendations but none of them seem to work in my TS environment. Are there settings on the Terminal Server its self that I need to change, or is everything controlled at the Domain Controller level? Thanks in advance.