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All Users Can Logon to My 2003 Servers Via Remote Desktop.

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Every User in my domain can login via RDP.
I have checked Remote desktop under computer properties, no one listed there.
Remote desktop users no one listed there.
terminal server users no one listed there
Domain Admins/ Enterprise Admins / Admins do not have any unusual users or groups associated with them. IE domain users.
Restricted groups does not have any unusual members /groups associated with them.
I created a new OU and put a New user in it That user can log onto any of my servers via RDP.
So Whats up With this?
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Question by:Mike_Micro
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by:prashant_sawant
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so please uncheck the option ALLOW USERS TO CONNECT TO THIS COMPUTER  from Sysytem properties----->Remote.

IF u dont want users to connect to the Server,
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by:Mike_Micro
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I want Administrators to connect. I dont want my Domain users to connect.
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by:youngstr11
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Check the remote tab to see if any additional user groups have been added in the system properties (right click my computer and properties). If that is empty right click my computer and select manage. Open local users and groups, remote desktop users then remove users. If that still doesn't do it check group policy.
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The Issue was a GPO. Computer Config/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Restricted Groups Administrators <=== in ths group was Authenticated users and Domain users. When I deleted the Domain Users and Authenticated Users out of The Administrators group It worked the First Time Not Every User could log on. After  The Servers Did an update and rplicated the users were put back in the Administrators group Via the GPO. Thanks for the Help.
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by:Mike_Micro
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I Solved it MySelf as Usual.
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