Remote Access Windows Server 2003

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Remote access
Remote access security
User Permissions
I'm trying to set up remote access to our network for a user. The domain account is created (as a member of Domain User and Remote Desktop Users, not an administrator) as is the roaming profile he is to use on the Windows 2003 server he'll be accessing. I pointed his AD profile to the roaming profile I created but when I tested logging in I found that the usual server desktop is being displayed along with the desktop associated with the roaming profile. I'm also able to see and access the server's Administrative Tools which I obviously don't want him to access. What do I need to change so that all he will see and be able to access is what I defined in the roaming profile?

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Hi,

My suggetion is go with Group Polocy which u need to create and link to the Domain Controler OU. Ensure that u given read and apply permission to that particular Domain Account .So that the GPO will apply only to the particular Domain Account . To configure this GPO please go through below link

http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/8623052e-c21f-4fd9-a9a1-056779c2758f1033.mspx?mfr=true

To remove access to ADTool. U can give Deny Read access to particular Domain Account in the Security Tab of ADTool. By selecting advanced in the view menu, u will get the security for ADTOOL.

I hope this will work for u…

Thanks
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