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How Do I Make A Computer Available to Remote Web Workplace?

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I turned on Remote Desktop access on the computer and added users allowed to access yet when I log in to Remote Web Workplace I don't see any that are available for me to RDP in to.
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Did you add the users through the SBS console?
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If you added them through ADUC you could experience problems.
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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Not sure which version of SBS you have, but if it's 2008 or 2011 then you needed to join the computer to the domain using http://<servername>/connect.

Then, you should always manage things from the SBS Console -- not on each individual machine.

At this point the computers are probably not showing up because they aren't in the correct OU in Active Directory.  Move them into My Business > Computers > SBS Computers.

Make sure users are all in My Business > Users > SBS Users

Then, in the SBS Console, click Users and Groups and open the properties of a user account so you can assign them to the appropriate machine:

User Properties
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Thanks Jeff. That is what I was missing.
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