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Dear all,
I am the domain administrator in my company. I have found that some of our xp workstations remote desktop function is off. How can I remotely enable the remote desktop services?

1. Group Policy?
2. sc command?
3. Or any other method.

Best regards,
Wataw
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For enabling remote desktop on xp machines remotely please follow the below article .

"To enable Remote Desktop remotely by using the registry" :

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782195(WS.10).aspx
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by:Felix Leven
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regedit:
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server

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Under the Terminal Server key, you'll find a REG_DWORD value named fDenyTSConnection. Double-click on that value to open the Edit DWORD Value box and change the value data from 1 (Remote Desktop disabled) to 0 (Remote Desktop enabled), as in Figure 6 below.

shutdown -m \\yourserver -r

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http://oreilly.com/windows/archive/server-hacks-remote-desktop.html
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by:ind_selva
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Run regedit from start run.Click on File, then select Connect Network Registry.Type the remote computer IP or host name in the Enter the object name to select and the click OK. If you don't have permission to access the remote computer, the logon screen will show up. Type the username and password for the remote computer. Then click OK. Now, the remote computer is listed in the Registry Editor.Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server, in the right panel, seelct  fDenyTSConnection (REG_DWORD). Change the value data from 1 (Remote Desktop disabled) to 0 (Remote Desktop enabled). Close Regedit.
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You can alo perform this action from a GPO. Apply this to the OU where your computers are then either reboot or wait for the policy to refresh.

In the Group Policy editor, click to expand Computer Configuration, click to expand Administrative Templates, click to expand Windows Components, and then click to expand Terminal Services.
Double-click the Allow users to connect remotely using Terminal Services policy.
Set the policy to Enabled, and then click OK.
You can also use the following procedure to disable Remote Desktop; however, if you use the preceding procedure, the following configuration is overridden:
Right-click My Computer and click Properties.
Click the Remote tab.
In the Remote Desktop section, click to clear Allow users to connect remotely to this computer, and then click OK.
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