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Group Policy RDP configuration for "local devices and resources"

Posted on 2009-05-18
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I'm looking for a group policy ADM or direction creating a policy that automatically sets an option in the RDP configuration (I would like this option checked by default)

The option I'm looking for is found on the "Local Resources" tab in the properties of the Remote Desktop connection. When you select the "more" option, you'll see the "Supported Plug and Play devices" by default this option is uncheck, we would like this option checked by default using domain policy. Any help on this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Is this possible since its a user setting???

I've found documentation that enables or disables this option for the user to access but not setting the check boxes.

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think thats just down to the users... unless you configure a mstsc file and make it read only for the users and pass it out...

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