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Copy from terminal server with full audit and control

Posted on 2013-11-21
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Hello,
i wish to have a terminal server which doesnt support drive mapping and clipboard so the users cant copy files between the terminal and the local computers.
thats easy and i know how to do it ..

the hard part is : when some specific users needs to it ... how do i make it happen in a secure way and with full audit ( that i can see who copies what , and maybe have some kind of limiter )
thank you
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Audit and that too for copy events.Hard to say as windows dont have any events that create any events by the name of copy. Yes you can for any audit application. There are many and that too not to sure for copy events they are representing any report or not. Try Manaegeengine and Lepide for File server audit.

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with citrix you can create per person/group policy to map clientdrives or not (clipboard and other things also)
also a special audit function it availeble  but i never used this.
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