Windows Server 2008 Thread, Server 2008 remote desktop problems. in Technical; Hi.
Im having a few problems with remote desktop and our 2008 based IIS server.
Basically, unless i log in ...
20th March 2009, 04:38 PM #1
20th March 2009, 05:00 PM #2
Did you apply printer policies to the Default Domain Policy? If you have a look at GPMC for both the server and the user, you can then clearly see what policies (if any are being applied).
I'm not sure why it's getting stuck processing printers, because I deploy printers using GPOs and it never has affected logging on at all. How long have you tried leaving it?
20th March 2009, 05:01 PM #3
What does the event log say?
If it only happens on remote desktop. In the options uncheck it so printers are not brought to the server from the client.
20th March 2009, 05:19 PM #4
- Rep Power
We have our printers in its own policy.
Originally Posted by Michael
How long have you tried leaving it?
Well thats let me log on, now i just need to work out why it wont let NOD32 wriote to the programdata area during install...
f it only happens on remote desktop. In the options uncheck it so printers are not brought to the server from the client.
20th March 2009, 05:35 PM #5
I've never played with it on 2008, but i've just been playing with it this afternoon on 2003.
It might be that the user you wish to log on isn't a member of the Remote Desktop local group on the server with remote desktop installed. That got me confused for a while!
20th March 2009, 05:53 PM #6
hmmm - i had a quick look at this earlier - we have a few server use accounts, and have server 08 - all managed by rdp. Havent seen this issue before. These accounts havent been used on a svr 03 box, or have roaming profiles? Like previous post - check Remote Desktop Users group.
20th March 2009, 06:00 PM #7
What do the event logs say?
23rd March 2009, 09:38 AM #8
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