Hi there .
I've got a Windows 7 Professional PC on an SBS 2011 network. All the other PCs are fine but this one has all the remote desktop options greyed out. It's on a domain but is the same even when logged in with a local admin account.
How can I turn it on?
I've checked Gpedit.msc (as with http://marktab.net/datamining/2011/07/18/technical-bulletin-windows-7-remote-desktop-options-grayed/
) and all settings there are set to 'not configured' I Even tried setting
"Allow users to connect remotely using Remote Desktop Services" to 'Enabled' but that didn't do anything either.
I've checked regedit.
dows NT\Terminal Services. fDenyTSConnections is set to 0
The PC is fully up to date with updates. SFC comes up clean, etc. Local Firewall has been reset to 'default'
Remote Desktop Configuration
Remote Desktop Services
Remote Desktop Services UserMode Port Redirector
are all set to manual and have started.
I've tried to access using a local admin account, the SBS administrator account and the standard domain users account for the machine (set as local admin). None of which work.
SBS 2011 has the PC mentioned in it's list of computers but is marked as 'offline'
I've tried deleting and reapplying the machine to the domain using https://connect
but that didn't fix it either.
All other machine on the network are running OK and the user of the computer in qustion can access other PCs in the office remotely so it appears to be a PC related issue than a user related one.
Anything else I can try?