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The Allow Log On Through Terminal Services user right
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The user must belong to the correct group or groups. Assuming you have managed connection permissions and the right to log on through Terminal Services by assigning rights and permissions to a group, the user attempting to connect to the terminal server must be in that group. With the default configuration of Terminal
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Server on a member server, users must be members of the Remote Desktop Users group to connect to a terminal server.
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The Allow Logon To Terminal Server check box must be selected. The user account s Terminal Services Profile tab, as shown in Figure 2-11, indicates that the user is allowed to log on to a terminal server. If this setting is disabled, the user will receive an error message indicating that the interactive logon privilege has been disabled. This error message is easy to confuse with insufficient user logon rights; however, in that case the error message indicates that the local policy of the server is not allowing logon.
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Note A terminal server has one RDP-Tcp connection by default and can have only one connection object per network adapter, but if a terminal server has multiple adapters, you can create connections for those adapters. Each connection maintains properties that affect all user sessions connected to that server connection.
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Device Redirection
Once a user has successfully connected, Windows Server 2003 and the Remote Desktop client provide a wide array of device redirection options, including:
Audio redirection, which allows audio files played within the Terminal Server session to be played by the user s PC. This feature is specified on the Local Resources tab of the Remote Desktop Connection client, as shown in Figure 2-12. However, audio redirection is disabled by default in the Client Settings tab of the RDP-Tcp Properties dialog box, as shown in Figure 2-18. Audio redirection can be specified by a GPO.
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Figure 2-18 The RDP-Tcp Properties dialog box Client Settings tab
Drive redirection, which allows the user to access drives that are local to the user s PC from within the Remote Desktop session. Local drives are visible in My Com-
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puter under the Other group, as shown in Figure 2-19. This option is disabled by default, and can be enabled in the Local Resources tab of the Remote Desktop client. Terminal Server Configuration can override the client setting and disable drive redirection from the properties of the connection. These settings can also be specified by Group Policy. The user account s Connect Client Drives At Logon setting does not affect drive redirection using the Remote Desktop Connection client; it is meant to manage drive redirection for Citrix s Integrated Computing Architecture (ICA) clients.
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Figure 2-19
My Computer in a Remote Desktop session showing redirected client drives
Printer redirection, which allows the user to access printers that are local to the user s workstation, as well as network printers that are installed on the user s workstation, from within the Remote Desktop session. The Printers And Faxes folder will display printers that are installed on the terminal server as well as the client s redirected printers, as shown in Figure 2-20.
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Figure 2-20
The Printers And Faxes folder shows a client s redirected printer
Like drive redirection, printer redirection is specified in the Local Resources tab of the Remote Desktop Connection client. Printer redirection can be disabled by properties of the RDP-Tcp connection. Printer redirection will also be disabled if
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the Connect Client Printers At Logon setting is not enabled in the user account properties, as shown in Figure 2-21. Selecting this option in the user account does not cause printer redirection; the client must specify redirection in the Local Resources tab. But if disabled, the user account setting will override the client setting. The user account properties also provide a Default To Main Client Printer setting which, if enabled while printer redirection is in effect, will set the default printer in the Remote Desktop session to the same printer set as default on the user s workstation. If the Default To Main Client Printer setting is disabled, the Remote Desktop session will use the default printer of the terminal server computer. Printer redirection settings can be specified by a GPO.
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