[THIN] Re: Not quite OT regarding windows 2000

  • From: "Nick Smith" <nick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 08:45:03 +0100

Blimey! It works (Changing the RDP security,I mean). Many thanks.=20
Which raises the abstract but interesting question of what the
difference between application mode and remote administrator mode with
users added to it is? Other than that you don't need a license server:).
Nick

-----Original Message-----
From: Roy A. Tokeshi [mailto:roy@xxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: 05 April 2004 16:59
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Not quite OT regarding windows 2000

You will need to change the server to application server mode.

But another thread brings up the possibility that you could add another
group to the rdp-tcp conection in connection configuration and grant a
group interactive logon rights.  That might do it. You aren't supposed
to be able to login with anyone but admins in remote admin mode.  But
you cold try.  Let us know if it works.

Hth,
Rat



On Mon, 5 Apr 2004 11:45am, Nick Smith wrote:
> We have an application that runs only on one server (Note:server,=20
> *not* Terminal Server) running Windows 2000. Previously, this app had=20
> been run by technicians who had administrative rights, and thus were=20
> able to log on to the server (Which, BTW, is a DC). Our client now=20
> wants two non-technicians to run the app. Our immediate response was=20
> to suggest they buy a new PC to run the app on, but no go. Can we=20
> allow non-admins access to the Administrative RDP on W2K? And if so,=20
> how?
>
> Ta for any help,
>
> Nick
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rat
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