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  • Allow Remote Desktop Access to Administrator and (domain user)particular group and apply to all PC

    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 3:57 AM

Answers

  • I think I know the answer to this riddle:

    • Group Policy
    • Computer Configuration
    • Restricted Groups

    Rich Prescott | Infrastructure Architect, Windows Engineer and PowerShell blogger | MCITP, MCTS, MCP

    Engineering Efficiency
    @Rich_Prescott
    Client System Administration tool
    AD User Creation tool
    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 4:09 AM
  • YOU SHOULD USE RESTRICTED GROUPS WITH GROUP POLICY.PLS REFER THE LINKS

    Restricted Groups Policies(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc960657.aspx)

    You can define Restricted groups policies to manage and enforce the membership of built-in or user-defined groups that have special rights and permissions. Restricted Groups policies contain a list of members of specific groups whose membership are defined centrally as part of the security policy. Enforcement of Restricted Groups automatically sets any computer local group membership to match the membership list settings defined in the policy. Changes to group membership by the local computer administrator are overwritten by the Restricted Groups policy defined in Active Directory.

    Restricted Groups can be used to manage membership in the built-in groups. Built-in groups include local groups such as Administrators, Power Users, Print Operators, and Server Operators, as well as global groups such as Domain Administrators. You can add groups that you consider sensitive or privileged to the Restricted Groups list, along with their membership information. This allows you to enforce the membership of these groups by policy and not allow local variations on each computer.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320065

     


    Darshana Jayathilake
    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 7:29 AM

All replies

  • I think I know the answer to this riddle:

    • Group Policy
    • Computer Configuration
    • Restricted Groups

    Rich Prescott | Infrastructure Architect, Windows Engineer and PowerShell blogger | MCITP, MCTS, MCP

    Engineering Efficiency
    @Rich_Prescott
    Client System Administration tool
    AD User Creation tool
    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 4:09 AM
  • YOU SHOULD USE RESTRICTED GROUPS WITH GROUP POLICY.PLS REFER THE LINKS

    Restricted Groups Policies(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc960657.aspx)

    You can define Restricted groups policies to manage and enforce the membership of built-in or user-defined groups that have special rights and permissions. Restricted Groups policies contain a list of members of specific groups whose membership are defined centrally as part of the security policy. Enforcement of Restricted Groups automatically sets any computer local group membership to match the membership list settings defined in the policy. Changes to group membership by the local computer administrator are overwritten by the Restricted Groups policy defined in Active Directory.

    Restricted Groups can be used to manage membership in the built-in groups. Built-in groups include local groups such as Administrators, Power Users, Print Operators, and Server Operators, as well as global groups such as Domain Administrators. You can add groups that you consider sensitive or privileged to the Restricted Groups list, along with their membership information. This allows you to enforce the membership of these groups by policy and not allow local variations on each computer.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320065

     


    Darshana Jayathilake
    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 7:29 AM