Thursday, April 20, 2006

MS: Locking Down Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server Sessions

In certain deployments, it might be necessary to restrict user activity to a predefined set of applications or Windows operating system functionality.
This White Paper explains how you can use the features of Active Directory to restrict user sessions on the Terminal Server to only the applications and desktop functionality that the administrator deems necessary. Certain group policies are highlighted here with brief explanations of their benefits. Not all of the settings are necessary because they can create a highly restricted user interface. Use this paper as a guide to configure Terminal Server for your environment.

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