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Anonymous
May 23, 2005 3:22:10 PM

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I have a bunch of users that we're moving to RD/TS only connections to
the home office. With the exception of the ADP Hosted E-Time services
everything is working great.

When a user runs E-Time, unless they are members of the Power-User (or
Administrators) group, they can not complete the Citrix connection, it
just hangs.

Anyone working with Citrix sessions through a Terminal Services session?

Any ideas on what security needs to be applied to resources to make it
work.

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Anonymous
May 24, 2005 2:23:21 PM

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Have you tried using FILEMON/REGMON to see what is being denied for the
regular users that prevent them to connect?

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>I have a bunch of users that we're moving to RD/TS only connections to
> the home office. With the exception of the ADP Hosted E-Time services
> everything is working great.
>
> When a user runs E-Time, unless they are members of the Power-User (or
> Administrators) group, they can not complete the Citrix connection, it
> just hangs.
>
> Anyone working with Citrix sessions through a Terminal Services session?
>
> Any ideas on what security needs to be applied to resources to make it
> work.
>
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Anonymous
May 24, 2005 10:31:49 PM

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In article <eR$qwwGYFHA.160@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl>,
Claudio.Rodrigues@NOSPAM-Terminal-Services.NET says...
> Have you tried using FILEMON/REGMON to see what is being denied for the
> regular users that prevent them to connect?

No, I'm not familiar with those. Can you please provide a little
information on their use and what I would look for?

Thanks.

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Anonymous
May 24, 2005 10:31:50 PM

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Download FileMon and RegMon from http://www.sysinternals.com/. Run
them as administrator (when no user is connected) and start a Citrix
session as a normal user.

FileMon and RegMon will show you all "access denied" errors that
occur, so that you can give your users the necessary permissions on a
file-to file or Registry subkey basis.

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Leythos <void@nowhere.lan> wrote on 24 maj 2005 in
microsoft.public.windowsnt.terminalserver.applications:

> In article <eR$qwwGYFHA.160@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl>,
> Claudio.Rodrigues@NOSPAM-Terminal-Services.NET says...
>> Have you tried using FILEMON/REGMON to see what is being denied
>> for the regular users that prevent them to connect?
>
> No, I'm not familiar with those. Can you please provide a little
> information on their use and what I would look for?
>
> Thanks.
Anonymous
May 25, 2005 1:42:18 AM

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Thanks Vera, I will try it tonight.


In article <Xns9660F0CF03462veranoesthemutforsse@207.46.248.16>,
vera.noest@remove-this.hem.utfors.se says...
> Download FileMon and RegMon from http://www.sysinternals.com/. Run
> them as administrator (when no user is connected) and start a Citrix
> session as a normal user.
>
> FileMon and RegMon will show you all "access denied" errors that
> occur, so that you can give your users the necessary permissions on a
> file-to file or Registry subkey basis.
>
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> Vera Noest
> MCSE, CCEA, Microsoft MVP - Terminal Server
> http://hem.fyristorg.com/vera/IT
> --- please respond in newsgroup, NOT by private email ---
>
> Leythos <void@nowhere.lan> wrote on 24 maj 2005 in
> microsoft.public.windowsnt.terminalserver.applications:
>
> > In article <eR$qwwGYFHA.160@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl>,
> > Claudio.Rodrigues@NOSPAM-Terminal-Services.NET says...
> >> Have you tried using FILEMON/REGMON to see what is being denied
> >> for the regular users that prevent them to connect?
> >
> > No, I'm not familiar with those. Can you please provide a little
> > information on their use and what I would look for?
> >
> > Thanks.
>

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