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By BlackDiamond ·
Hey,

Is there in Windows 2000 Terminal Services to make so that you can't change the disconnect keys when you are disconnecting from controlling a session? Someone keeps changing the keys from CTRL-ALT to something else. Makes it difficult to end the session.

Thanx

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by lee.paxton In reply to Terminal Services Manager

The best way to stop any of your users from messing with any settings is to over-ride them all using the terminal services configuration program (found in administrator tools)

You have to search through the settings on the RDP protocol, and override anything that says "use client settings"

Also, there should be some settings in the group policy editor... although i've only found that in win2003, maybe doesn't exist in 2000 server.

Good Luck!!

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by BlackDiamond In reply to Terminal Services Manager

Hey,

I should have said this is someone sitting at the server using the "Administrative" account that is in use on the server. The users can't get to the TS Manager. It doesn?t matter how many time you send an email asking the administrators tostop changing the settings they don?t, and no one raises their hand when asked who keeps changing it.

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