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June 23, 2004 11:50:40 PM

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What can I do to prevent the local administrator of a win2k server from
logging in via terminal service? I dont mean local administrator group. Just
the user Administrator of the local server.

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Anonymous
June 24, 2004 10:14:40 AM

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I use TS for remote admin on a domain controller so I may not be quite right about
this but see if you have the option in the administrators account/Terminal Services
to disable the ability to logon via TS. Also check in Terminal Services
Configuration/connections - RDP-tcp/properties/permissions and grant the
administrator deny permissions for full control as an additional possibility. ---
Steve


"Tony" <tonyw@suse.stanford.edu> wrote in message
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> What can I do to prevent the local administrator of a win2k server from
> logging in via terminal service? I dont mean local administrator group. Just
> the user Administrator of the local server.
>
>
June 24, 2004 10:51:46 AM

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If the account isn't really used, you may try disabling
it or changing the password on it to something only
the 'real' Domain Admins know

Ken

>-----Original Message-----
>What can I do to prevent the local administrator of a
win2k server from
>logging in via terminal service? I dont mean local
administrator group. Just
>the user Administrator of the local server.
>
>
>.
>
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