[windows2000] Re: TS users getting "You do not have access to logon to

  • From: "Martin, Eddie" <EMartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 11:08:48 -0400

Also try this....  Delete the MSLicensing key in Regedit.  Then try and
connect from the workstation.  The Terminal Services license may have become
corrupt.  Try that and let me know if it works for you.

Eddie


-----Original Message-----
From: Rod Falanga [mailto:rfalanga@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 10:16 AM
To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [windows2000] Re: TS users getting "You do not have access to
logon to


I will certainly give what you've suggested a try.  I am coming to the
conclusion that something has changed on the users' machines, because I know
nothing has changed on my TS server, and they were able to connect to us
just fine, up until about a week or so ago.  

I may be shooting in the dark, but let me go ahead and do that.  They are on
a Novell network, and of course we have an AD network.  Could that have
anything to do with it?

If that doesn't, then what else, recently installed on a user's PC, might
cause it to stop functioning?

 
Rod
 

-----Original Message-----
From: "Webmail" <web@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [windows2000] Re: TS users getting "You do not have access to logon
to
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 18:23:58 -0400

Are their accounts set to only log them in from a certain machine? Also you
need to make sure that their settings in Users and Computers to logon to TS
is ticked...
Terminal Services Client Error Message: You Do Not Have Access to Logon to
This Session
View products that this article applies to.
This article was previously published under Q224395
SYMPTOMS
When you try to log on using the Terminal Services client, you may receive
the following error message:

Logon Message: You do not have access to logon to this session.


CAUSE
Terminal Services has a default connection security setting allows only
administrators to log on. If the security attributes on a specified
connection have not been set, the connection inherits these default security
settings. For additional information, please see the following article in
the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
225038 Default Connection Changes Are No longer Applied

If the default connection security settings do not meet your needs, you can
set custom security attributes.
RESOLUTION
To set custom Terminal Services connection permissions:
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then
click Terminal Services Configuration.
Open the Connections folder.
Right-click the connection (RDP-TCP), and then click Properties.
On the Permissions tab, add the group(s) that needs access to this
connection.
Click OK.
STATUS
This behavior is by design.

And this from the Citrix KB
1. Verify the ICA-TCP connection permissions for the user or group receiving
the error message. To set custom Terminal Services connection permissions:

1. Click Start > Programs > Administrative Tools and then Terminal Services
Configuration.

2. Open the Connections folder.

3. Right-click the connection (ICA-TCP) and then click Properties.

4. On the Permissions tab, add the group(s) that needs access to this
connection.

5. Click OK.

Please reference MicroSoft TechNet article Q244395 for additional
information.

2. Verify that other users in the same group can access the published
application.

3. Isolate the application to a single server, Create and test with a brand
new domain and local server account.

4. Does Published Application Manager, appcfg.exe, or the Citrix Management
Console enumerate and display the group and users accounts properly?

5. This issue may occur when trying to use a dynamic local user (DLU) policy
enabled on NDS user accounts in a domain and the application is published
from a Netware Drive. See Novell TID 10023644 for additional information.


JK


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