Remote access to Active Directory 2003 network for non-administrator

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We have a user on our 2003 AD network that needs to be able to access their PC remotely using remote desktop. They are not a local administrator. How can I make this work? Is this a safe practice?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Regulars users are not enabled to remote desktop by default. After adding as a Remote User in the System Properties, U can start a Remote Desktop session again. OR download "CrossLoop" which may help. CAUTION: It is not a good practice.
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