We have been migrating all servers 2003 to server 2008 R2 over the summer. When a user logs into the server via remote desktop they get the pinned items on the task bar. They can see the server manager, powershell and folder icons pinned to the task bar. This is not the case when they log onto any of the school network computers. Their is a group policy in place to unpin all items on the task bar. They also can see the administrative tools on the start menu, and see all the network connections in the windows explorer.
One more issue is that it stays on preparing desktop... for 30 seconds or so. I have looked into this issue and Microsoft do have a hotfix but this will not be applied. Has any experienced any of the above problems. This is only an issue when a user logs into remote desktop services.
Any luck with this? I've just set up my new 2008R2 remote desktop farm and noticed that the Server Manager and PowerShell are pinned to the taskbar, as well.
I do have Group Policy solutions for the Administrative Tools and some other Start Menu settings: User Configuration -> Preferences -> Start Menu .
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