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    No more MSTSC.exe /CONSOLE | microsoftNOW

    might explain it. mstsc -v:server /admin works though.

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    Just buy the licences!! Explain to the boss that this will let you do management tasks from anywhere in the building and this will vastly improve efficiency. You are also gaining experience with setting up a TS which might be very useful in the future. It will also save you time when you need to roll out new or updated tools. I also think I'm right in saying that you need to be a server admin. to log on remotely when not in TS mode. That's not ideal. I'm assuming of course that you don't go around logging in with Domain Admin accounts all the time.....

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    We do very similar have around 10 of us techies working on one box that allows us access to all our different networks.

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