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    I just noticed that the Administrative Tools folder is available for all users of my Terminal Server because it is located in the All Users profile. Is this normal?

    Terminal Server is Win2003
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    Re: Administrative tools for all users?

    Yes, but it can be easily hidden from "users" if that is what you want.
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      Re: Administrative tools for all users?

      Yeah I know, that's just a matter of moving the shortcuts. If I wanted these shortcuts to be available to all users with admin rights, I suppose I'd have to copy them to each user's profile individually?
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        Re: Administrative tools for all users?

        Originally posted by JDMils
        Yeah I know, that's just a matter of moving the shortcuts. If I wanted these shortcuts to be available to all users with admin rights, I suppose I'd have to copy them to each user's profile individually?
        It is a configuration that can be defined for each user. It could probably be automated by GPO.
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