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Windows 2008 r2 make remote desktop available by user right

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I have one windows 2008 r2 gateway server configured. Also one remote desktop server installed for a client. My servers are all in the same domain (with domain controller)

Now I want to make the particular server (remote desktop) available to my client. I don't know how.

For every new client I want to make another remote desktop server available, depending of the group they are in.

So when you logon via the Gateway; when you login with username client1 you have to be redirected to the remote desktop server of client1. Client2 for remote desktop server 2 etc.

Any ideas ?
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you need to ensure that the users are setup on the server, in active directory, make the user, ensure that dial in is enabled for the user.........
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NATnz, True, but those are the basics. I need a solution for this issue. Thanks.
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Are you utilising Microsoft TS Session Broker on your gateway?
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no, I don't have session broker services
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Nothing happened. I think there is none available..
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