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Can i restrict certain groups to specific terminal servers in server 2003 R2? For example; I have 3 stand alone terminal servers in AD, I want group1 to only access terminal server1 and not be able to login into the other terminal servers, etc... Is there a gpo or easy way to do this ?
Dear readers, The following scenario is at hand: A client uses a Nokia 6300 to establish a connection to the Internet. Then he uses a Cisco VPN client (5.0) to establish a connection to the workplace and so far it all works fine. However on trying to establish a Terminal Server session with the...