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    CC3 and Vanilla (non RM) Terminal Servers???

    Is anyone here running 2003 / 2008 Terminal servers on CC£ that they have set up themselves? I.e Vanilla TS's as opposed to RM Client Connect?

    If so can you let me know I have some questions about what you did in the Active Directory

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    I must admit this is something I have wanted to do but never got round to doing it.

    Have a look at the following:

    TS on a CC3 domain

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    I haven't done anything with terminal services but I've got a vanilla set of OUs in with the CC3 ones. You can use loopback processing to stop GPOs being pulled through by the user accounts into the new OUs, just process the loopback GPO first, choose to replace existing policy and then don't define anything else. You are then effectively starting from scratch in the new containers with any additional GPOs that you define.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morganw View Post
    I haven't done anything with terminal services but I've got a vanilla set of OUs in with the CC3 ones. You can use loopback processing to stop GPOs being pulled through by the user accounts into the new OUs, just process the loopback GPO first, choose to replace existing policy and then don't define anything else. You are then effectively starting from scratch in the new containers with any additional GPOs that you define.
    Yeah that's pretty much what we did with our Server 2003 TS. Separate OU with loopback processing.



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