Change settings in Terminal Services Manager in SBS 2003

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Where can I go to change TS settings like timeout and when to lock the computer, etc?
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    To do it at user lever open Active Directory Users and Computers,  find the user who's settings you wish to change and open Properties. Click on the sessions tab and here you can set session limits.

    To do the same for all users at server level goto Start>Administrative Tools>Terminal Services Configuration.  Click on the Connections folder, right-click on RDP-Tcp in the right hand window and then open up Properties. Select the Sessions tab and here you can override the user settings with settings for all users.


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