new windows 2008 terminal server - can not access Documents and Settings
Posted on 2011-05-09
I have two 2003 terminal servers that are locked down using a 2003 active directory domain controller group policy.
I am adding 3 new 2008 terminal servers (to replace the two 2003 terminal servers) and I placed the new terminal servers in the same "Terminal Server" Group that I have my 2003 terminal servers in - it looks like C:\Documents and Settings and c:\ProgramData\Application Data, Desktop, Documents and Favorites are being redirected. if I try to open them I get C:\ProgramData\Desktop is not accessible. Access is denied. Am I to assume that these are no longer stored on the computer but are only stored in the terminal server profile directory for the users? what about things I want for all users where do i store them?
Also, I do not have a 2008 domain controller - is it necessary to have a 2008 domain controller if you have 2008 servers?