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Popup window  ..... Run As   (Which user account do you want to use.....)

Posted on 2014-04-17
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I have a terminal server (windows 2003 std server edition & every time a user RDC to this terminal server, they get the message window popup  Run As  (Which user account do you want to use to run this program) ... See the attached pic....  

When I RDC to this server with administrator, I don't get this popup.......


I have looked at msconfig & don't seem to notice anything out of the way......
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When you connect you're connecting as an Admin whereas the users are not admins, hence the prompt. look at the allowed logon rights that you've set up.
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Hi,

run the RSOP.msc and see if any policy is configured.
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ran rsop & dont know where to look for configured policies.....
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1. expand Computer Configuration, and then expand Administrative Templates.
Expand the System object, click the Logon object, and then in the right-pane, double-click Run these programs at user logon.

2. see the if any software deployment.

3. Group Policy object/User Configuration/Windows Settings/Scripts (Logon)

 
is it happening on other machine ?? try to login with user ID and see.
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Thank You
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thanks
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