I have a remote desktop server that a few users login remotely to use a quoting custom built SQL database.
We don't have the remote users to be able to shutdown the server by going to start > shutdown or restart
My questions has two parts I guess:
1) How is this done through a group policy.
2) Can we use the same account for the users so they don't lose the capability of shutting down THEIR computers at the office OR do I need two separate AD accounts; one for their computer and one for remote access where they can't shut the servers down?
Servers are running Windows 2008 R2. Computers are all windows 7 Pro.
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