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From: Bryan Allerdice (bryan_allerdiceyahoo.com)
Date: Sat Jan 19 2002 - 14:01:56 CST
When I add users to a Windows 2000 server, they are granted Terminal Service
access by default.
How do I deny them access by default.
I understand that one answer will have to do with the rights of a user,
based on what group they are part of, but I am also (mainly) interested in
what part of the registry causes the Grant Access Via Terminal Services
checkbox to be checked.
Recently I've been using the ADDUSERS tool from the resource kit, and to the
best of my knowledge, I don't have the ability to define Terminal Services
access via this tool, which is why I'm asking.
Any help would be appreciated.
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