I've installed MS Office 2013 on Windows 2008 R2 Server that has Remote Desktop (Terminal Services) role enabled.
When I installed MS Office 2013, i installed it as the Administrator user.
Now when a user log into the server i.e. User1 as the remote desktop (terminal services) user and launch either Word, Excel (any of the office 2013 application) and create a comment on a Word document for example, it says that it is logged into Word as Administrator and the comments are done by Administrator as oppose to the name of the user that is logged in i.e User1.
Please see attached image.
How can I get it to display the name of the user i.e. User1 who has made the comments as oppose to Administrator?
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