I am looking for a way to add a domain user account to their workstations Remote Desktop group via GP.
Basically all of our users should have RDP access to their own office desktops here in the office. We have noticed that some users are missing out of that group therefore do not have RDP access to their machines. Rather than manually checking this group and adding their domain user accounts individually, is there a way this can be done centrally? I assume GP would be the best way to go about doing this but I am opened to other 3rd party solutions as well.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
About the environment:
Desktops: Windows 7 Pro x64
Servers: Server 2008 R2
Domain Controllers: Mostly Server 2008 R2
Domain Level: 2003
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