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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Sign your .rdp file

Hi all,

You can use a digital signature to sign .rdp files. When you sign rdp files with trusted certificates, your clients can verify that important settings such as which server to connect to haven’t changed since the creation of the rdp file.
This enables clients to recognize your organization as the source of the RemoteApp program or the remote desktop connection, and allows them to make more informed trust decisions about whether to start the connection.

So what do you have to do to sign a .rdp file?

First: Create your .rdp file

Second: Get your certificate’s thumbprint

Third: Sign your .rdp file by using rdpsign.exe

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