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Automarically control session remotely

Posted on 2009-07-12
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Hello!
I'm using a WinXP Proffesional that supports more than one user logged simultaneously at a time.
  When i try to control a user session remotely (Task Manager>Users(tab)>Right-click on a user>Remote control), the following question is displayed to the user:
"******(computer) is requesting to control your session remotely. Do you accept the request?"
  Is there a way to skip (do not request) user's permission for this action?

Thank you in advance!

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There is a group policy setting for this in Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Terminal Services. Setting is called 'Sets rules for remote control of Terminal Services user sessions'

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