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Remote Desktop Lite (for iPad) connection to Terminal Server 2008 only works for administrative user account

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hi,

 I have iPad2 and downloaded a free version of Remote Desktop Lite - RDPBy MochaSoft.
 It connects to my Terminal server 2008 ONLY IF the user account has administrative previliage.
 When I read FAQ from the software company website, it says it would not support Terminal Server connections due to a licencing issue with Microsoft.
 However it make the connection as long as I use administrative account. I can make this user account as part of administrative group, but I prefer not to do that.

Thanks.
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by:lzmyyl
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Try making the user a member of the (Local) Group Terminal Server Users and/or Remote Desktop Users on the terminal server.
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by:Spartan_1337
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This app is not supported to terminal server.
You will have to purchase PocketCloud as they have the API for TS Sessions.

http://www.wyse.com/products/software/pocketcloud/index.asp
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by:sglee
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lzmyyl:
We do have a terminal service where users have been connecting using PCs from outside, so that has been that way for a long time. Remote Desktop Lite - RDPBy MochaSoft works only if the account is admin account.


Spartan_1337:
It works fine as long as the account is admin account.


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sglee earned 0 total points
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When I changed the user account with admin privilege, it worked.
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by:sglee
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Thanks for all of your comments and I appreciate it.
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