At some point I followed some directions and altered our server in a way I have no idea how to undo. I enabled the roaming profiles, and I'm pretty sure the only reason I did it is so we could get remote desktop services to work, because we wanted to be able to see which users were logged in. Ultimately we were hoping to be able to control other people sessions so I could drop in on their session and help them with errors and stuff like that. But it turns out that you cannot do that on windows server 2012, you have to have R2. So it was a complete waste of time to install all of that as near as I can figure.
At this point we've realized we really don't want roaming profiles. I'm not sure if I need to uninstall the RDS too, but I do know that we all log in to the server to use it, using remote desktop. So I'm uncertain what features there I need or don't need.
Anyways, can someone please help walking me through disabling the roaming profiles?
It is also possible the issue I'm running into may be the "user profile disks". I'm not sure what they are exactly, but they seem similar to roaming.. This could maybe be it too? If that's the case and I just want users to be able to remote in and use their regular profile (not roaming) do I need to somehow remove the rds collection to fix this?
Thanks very much! ~Jeffrey