• From: "Doug Rooney" <Doug@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 15:29:44 -0700

Hello to all, this question is directed to my fellow MSTSC
administrators, or anyone who might know the answer.

I just built a new Windows 2003 server for a terminal server, it is in
the same OU as the others, it is as far as I can tell an exact duplicate
of server #2 except for the obvious, name, IP ...

The issue is, users can log into the other servers just fine, but if
they try to log into the new server, they get that wonderful MS message
telling them that they do not have permission to log into this server.
Basically it reads: "To log on to this remote computer, you must be
granted the allow log on through terminal services right.  By default,
members of the remote desktop users group have this right.  If you are
not a member of the remote desktop users group or another group that
has this right, or if the remote desktop user group does not have this
right, you must be granted this right manually."
Well of course the users are part of the Remote Users Group, I have
looked over the permissions very carefully, but do not find the problem,
and of course Admins have no problem logging in.


Any help would be very much appreciated. 

Thank You 

~Doug Rooney 
Sonoma Tilemakers 
IT Manager 
7750 Bell Rd. 
Windsor Ca, 95492 
(707) 837-8177 X11
(707) 837-9472 FAX 



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