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MS Terminal Server 2003 Reboot after Group Policy Change

Posted on 2012-03-28
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Hello

We are running an MS 2003 SBS server and an MS Terminal Server 2003.  If I make a change to the Group Policy on the MS 2003 SBS server and hit apply my MS Terminal Server reboots. Looking to see if anyone has had this same issue.  I have never experienced this when making changes to Group Policy's at other clinets.

I have checked the event viewer files and can find know reason when my MS Terminal Server reboots when I make a GP change on my SBS 2003 Server.

Any thoughs would be helpful.

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if the GPO change requires a reboot and is being forced on to the TS it's expected behavior to the best of my knowledge.
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