Configuring and hardening Windows Server Terminal Services through Group Policy settings improves the server's security and overall performance.
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One should also enable the Apply Group Policy setting for the Terminal Server Computer Objects, Managing Terminal Services with Group Policy
Sep 09, 2011 Allow Logon through Terminal Services group policy and Remote Desktop Users group.
General Terminal Services group policies include settings that control log in and log off behavior, remote sessions, and desktop appearance.
Dec 08, 2010 Probably you are searching for the wrong category. In Vista2008 all the settings were located in the node" Terminal Services" . Since Win R2 it is
Jan 07, 2017 When the Terminal Services servers are in an Active Directory domain, the domain administrator implements Group Policy objects (GPOs) to the Terminal Services server to control the user environment. This article describes the recommended process of applying GPOs to Terminal Services without adversely affecting other
The following is a list of all the Group Policy settings for Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008. The list is organized by the Group Policy nodes in which they are located in the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC). Click a node to view more information about the policy settings, such as explanatory text and operating system requirements.