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Win 2008 :  Allow RDP connection to user

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I have created user , then unchecked the properties as shown in the screen shot.
Still i am facing the issue.

please advice
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by:☠MAS☠
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Hi,
Please attach screenshot.
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please refer the screenshotAA.png
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You unchecked the option to allow RDP. This is no RDP allowed. If you want to allow RDP, you need to check that option.
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by:Radhakrishnan R
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Hi,
Just want to make sure, is your network is work group?  Not domain?
If the user need rdp access then you need check the box in order to allow rdp.
If you have terminal servers and domain then you should check the TV configuration.
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