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Hi,

I have 2003 active directory.

I have 2003 terminal server. I want to give permission to some users to  to take remote control of any user from terminal server manager.
Without giving administrator rights.


Please help me.
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This is for 2008 however if memory serves it is basically the same as for 2003:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732332(v=ws.10).aspx
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Just give user remote users grp and then go to group policy.


> computer configuration> windows settings> security settings> local policies> user right assigment> allow logon through terminal services >  add correpsondin users.
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