Group policy for TS


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Mike Johnson

Have 2 servers both of which are DC's running Windows 2003. One of the
servers is a TS Server in application mode (I know it shouldn't be a DC but
had no other option!). I want users to login on this server using TS Client
when they are at home and only get to see Outlook on the desktop and nothing
else. If I apply group policies this will also put restrictions on them on
their local machines which I don't want.

Is this possible? If so how.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Guest

You could set the startup application in their user account to Outlook, which
effectively makes Outlook the session shell. This will not affect their
workstation logon.

http://www.workthin.com/tshta.htm#ConfigureTerminalServicesConnections

If you have more than one server I don't see why your TS is also a DC. The
only time a TS should be on a DC is when it is the only server in the
enterprise, i.e. SOHO with < 20 users.

Patrick Rouse
Micrsoft MVP - Terminal Server
http://www.workthin.com
 

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