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list of users and groups with remote desktop user rights assignments

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How can you get a report from either a windows client OS or windows Server OS on which users and groups have the relevant user rights assignment to access the server via remote desktop software? I know there are default groups which have this permission but that isn't sufficient evidence as it could have been assigned to non-default users or groups...
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Besides the group 'remote desktop users' you could check group policy
check the computer policies that get applied to the server for
computer configuration-windows settings-security settings-local policies - user rights assignment and the key 'allow log on through terminal services'
by default its not defined though.
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