Remote Desktop users

Remote Desktop users

In ACtive directory there is a group named Remote desktop users, if I add a user to that group does that mean the user can remote to any computer in the domain, or there are other settings to use in order to accomplish this?
 
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jskfanAsked:
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villeahCommented:
Hello,

The Builtin remote desktop users group is for Domain Controllers only, you have to use local groups or group policy for member computers.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
how can you achieve this through GPO?
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
-- if I understand the restricted group policy is a Computer configuration ??
--So the best practice is to create a user group example, MyRemotedDesktopUsers, and use the Restricted group policy and add the MyRemotedDesktopUsers to Remote Desktop Users
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tiago_avizCommented:
Each computer on your domain has this group locally. Thru group policy, you can add users or groups to this local group on each individual machine, given that the gpo is placed where the computer objects are.
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villeahCommented:
jskfan: That is exactly what you need to do. Just remember to point that policy to correct OU where those computers reside.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
Excellent ...guys!
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