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Setup Default user settings for Remote Desktop / Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 R2

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Hi,

I am working to setup a new windows terminal server, I am trying to customize the user environment and copy the setting to the default user so that when a new user logs on they receive the customized settings.

Please advise of any questions.

Thanks!
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