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Give user access to Remote Desktop Services Manager to remotely connect to sessions.

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I would like to allow support employees to remotely control a terminal session. When I logon as a regular user and start the Remote Desktop Sevices Manager i'm unable to remotely control terminal sessions. I just get the message: Access Denied.

I don't want to give support administrator rights but I do want to allow them to use the Remote Desktop Services Manager so they can remotely control a terminal session.

How can I give certain users or groups enough rights so they can use remote control?

Thanks in advance!
Clyde.
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Did you tried Remote Assistance ?
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