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    I have a Windows 2003 Server (SP2) and Users are set up in Active directory with a logon on restriction to a specific PC.

    I use RDP to log onto the Server and then RDP again to log onto individual PCs. If I log onto the PC as Administrator all is well. If I log on as the User I am advised that I cannot logon to this PC.

    How do I allow RDP with the local access restriction I have set in AD?

    Thanks.

    John

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    Re: RDP with Active Directory

    Hi,

    First of all i am trying to understand how have you set this up. Have you added users to the "select remote users"

    are you doing this via some gpo ?? (which one)

    if not then try adding the user to "select remote users" and then try
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    • #3
      Re: RDP with Active Directory

      So does the user have the right to log on locally to the PC?
      Tom Jones
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        Re: RDP with Active Directory

        Originally posted by Ossian View Post
        So does the user have the right to log on locally to the PC?
        What I am trying to achieve is to limit a User to a specific PC, which I can do but allow RDP access to any PC on the Network without the need to add a remote user to each PC which needs to be accessed. RDP might be used from another local PC on the network or via Remote Access to the Network.

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        • #5
          Re: RDP with Active Directory

          I don't think you can do that, as the users own settings (limit logon) will override anything in AD.

          You would need to get very fancy with "logon locally" and "logon remotely" user rights to achieve what you need
          Tom Jones
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