How to Enable or Disable Remote Desktop via Group Policy

There are two ways to enable or disable Remote Desktop on a Machine

You can use Group Policy setting to (enable or disable) Remote Desktop
  1. Click Start – All programs – Administrative Tools – Group Policy Management.
  2. Create or Edit Group Policy Objects.
  3. Expand Computer Configuration – Administrative Templates – Windows Components – Remote Desktop Services – Remote Desktop Session Host – Connections.
  4. Allow users to connect remotely using Remote Desktosample-0p Services (enable or disable)

 

 

 

 

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How to Enable or Disable Remote Desktop via Group Policy

There are two ways to enable or disable Remote Desktop on a Machine

You can use Group Policy setting to (enable or disable) Remote Desktop
  1. Click Start – All programs – Administrative Tools – Group Policy Management.
  2. Create or Edit Group Policy Objects.
  3. Expand Computer Configuration – Administrative Templates – Windows Components – Remote Desktop Services – Remote Desktop Session Host – Connections.
  4. Allow users to connect remotely using Remote Desktosample-0p Services (enable or disable)

 

 

 

 

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RDP Settings for Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 R2

When you use the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client software to connect to a remote computer, a Remote Desktop Protocol (.rdp) file is created on the client computer. By default, a file named default.rdp is created in your My Documents folder the first time you use RDC to connect to a remote computer.

You can save .rdp files with different settings if you connect to multiple remote computers.

You can configure many of the connection settings by using Options in RDC. Some settings can only be configured by editing the .rdp file in a text editor, such as Notepad. Continue reading RDP Settings for Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 R2