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System Policy on Terminal server... HELP

By scage ·
We are using IBM AIX systems to access our NT Terminal Servers NT 4.0 running Citrix Metaframe. What's the procedure to set up a user policy for our non admin users so they cannot access the run, administration tools, display properties, etc. We'vemade several attempts but are not getting it correct. One partially successful try turned off the run command but it also turned it off for the users who had admin rights. Our PDC and BDC are running on NT 4.0. Thanks!

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Policies

by Rabbit_Runner In reply to System Policy on Terminal ...

Any policies which you apply will be SYSTEM wide. They are not user selective. Therefore on an NT4 Terminal Server, to remove the 'Run', it will be for all users. I am only aware of the ability to be user selective with Windows 2000 Server with Active Directory.

this is not the answer you desired, but will help you find another solution. Best of luck.

Michael R.

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System Policy on Terminal server

by Bhupinder In reply to System Policy on Terminal ...

To set up user policies on terminal server. First log on as administrator on Windows NT server and open an another terminal server client screen. Login the user for which you want to set the policies. Now Go To Administrative Tools and click on System Policy Editor. Click Connect. The server name will appear. Click OK. Then it will show the users connected to the server. Select the user and click OK. Then the screen will open for selected user. Double click on local user. It will show the policies. Now you can make changes here as u require like to TURN off RUN command disable desktop properties etc. Just click + open and make selection for which u want to turn off. This will help you maintaining user policies.

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