Hardening Remote Desktop Services

Hi all,

I'm looking for a guide to hardening and setting the GPO for Remote Desktop Services, I have the Terminal Services version...but not the new one?

Thanks
liminalAsked:
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
The guide I wrote covers it all for 2003 and gives you a very solid foundation for 2008 (as they are very similar). Group Policies and SRP is the way to go. For 2008 also look at Group Policy Preferences (search Google).
My guide is available at http://www.wtslabs.com. Look for "Terminal Services A to Z". Free download.

Cláudio Rodrigues
Microsoft MVP - Remote Desktop Services
Citrix CTP
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KaroBacsiCommented:
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Server or XP, if server NT TSR edition? 2000 2003 2008 (but this is new, and told not new).
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liminalAuthor Commented:
KaroBacsi: im looking for Remote Desktop Services info so server 2008... im pretty sure they changed the name only a year ago.

tsmvp:

Thanks, but as i said i have a good guide for Terminal Services... i need something specific to Remote Desktop Services
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
Did you read my guide? Did you check GPP as I posted?
With these 2 you can do all you are asking. Unless I did not  understand your question properly.
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liminalAuthor Commented:
Thanks its a great guide... but its for a dif version. i need to know where in server 2008R2 the recommended GPO settings are... as i said i already have the 2003 hardening guide if i wanted to waste hours looking for the settings.

Great guide though really :)
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liminalAuthor Commented:
I found it

http://ts.veranoest.net/ts_policies.asp

this seems to be the best guide specific to RDS i have found so far
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liminalAuthor Commented:
Was more for the 2003 class of TS
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