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Remote Logins are currently disabled

Hi,

Just finished installing SBS 2011...so far so good.

BUT, right after configuring the TS role or Remote Desktop Service, did published the app but when I tried to connect I get the error " Remote Logins are currently disabled" (see also attached).

WHERE to enable this message either local policy or GP management?
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EmkadeuCommented:
You should take a look at this
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mcse2007Author Commented:
Not sure if that is related to my issue? I've already sorted out the certificate etc.
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EmkadeuCommented:
Do you use the Remote Web Access site?
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mcse2007Author Commented:
It is something that I plan to use outside the office.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
It sounds as thou you are attempting to use the SBS server as a remote desktop (terminal) server. If that is accurate, the short answer is you can't. You MUST use a second server for RDS.

-Cliff
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mcse2007Author Commented:
WHY? Security threat?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Many many many reasons. Security, exchange, and RWA all contribute. But the short answer is that installing RDS on SBS breaks things.

-Cliff
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mcse2007Author Commented:
Very interesting sounds like you've experienced it before and not a good idea to have this role installed in SBS? Perhaps, i'm better off uninstall this role, then reboot the server to avoid future issue from rising.
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