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Remote Desktop - requirement for windows login in domain

Posted on 2011-02-22
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when a server is ready for RDC to a login, for example, SRBSV/jimwe, can that domain user login from any computer (windows login) to do RDC. Or any IP requirements/restrictions of which workstations can do the RDC to the server for that login?
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other than that, there are no port restrictions for the login to log from any desktop on the domain?
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Port 3389 needs to be open on the workstation as well.
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