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    Ok np, the performance problems I experienced only became apparent when a few concurrent users were on, web browsing was particularly slow. Not sure what was causing it, twas a weird one.

    Sorry not sure about the unknown publisher issue.

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    OK - Just found it here

    Unknown Publisher -security warning - Computing.Net

    The very last post - added it to TS GPO and it worked

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    I've set things up through GPO and works well for me and other tech accounts.

    Just used a teacher account and some policies are applied where as the generic desktop and drive mappings aren't - is this a common problem?

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    It is indeed.

    As you are probably aware, drive and printer mappings are delivered to the user by a number of RM components installed on a CC3 workstation. Since these are not present on the terminal server, the mapping does not occur.

    The lack of wallpaper is probably because the wallpaper file isn't installed on the terminal server. I think these are usually in system32\wallpaper?.bmp. These are usually delivered to the workstation via the Wallpaper and Logon Bitmaps package.



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