I just installed my first windows 2012 R2 server and this particular server will be my remote desktop server. I have it working, but have various questions:
1. On our old terminal server our group policy allowed users to sign on and provided the access. With the new RDP I had to go into the server and add this group to Remote Desktop users. Is this correct or was I missing something? (They couldn't sign on until I did that.)
2. Most of the rights are working from the group policy (they can't see the C drive) but all of those users can sign on to server manager and windows powershell - which they shouldn't be. How do I restrict that?
3. My printers should be loading when I remote in, but they aren't. What is causing that?
4. Our restricted users should be able to also print, but it looks like the only place to see printers is the control panel. They don't have access to that. How do you manage that?
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