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W2K and Term Services

By BlackDiamond ·
Hey,

I have heard there is a way to replace the shell to get users to only see the Terminal Services session when booting. We are running Win2k Servers with TS and Win2k Pro on the desktops. If anyone has any knowledge of how to do this, pleaselet me know.

In our testing phase I am currently putting TS in startup to start the TS session, but this causes two login screens. I would like to eliminate the workstation login and have them just login into TS.

We do not want to run auto-login on the workstations.

Thanx

BD

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by dmiles In reply to W2K and Term Services

See the following site that yields info on Terminal Services
http://windows2000.about.com/ics/terminalservices
In the left-pane click on Terminal Services

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to W2K and Term Services

I would suggest:
1: let (the guest ?) account login autimatically locally (not in the domain)
2: the shell command can be replaced with
shell=c:\program files\citrix\icaclient\wfcrun32 connectionname

if you would call the connection for example qwerty
it would be
shell=c:\program files\citrix\icaclient\wfcrun32 qwerty


more to come:

Leopold

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to W2K and Term Services

MS KB Article I Q234562
How to Enable Automatic Logon in Windows 2000

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to W2K and Term Services

correction about info replacing shell.
the correct one is:

Article I Q142905
How to Launch a Program Before the Shell at Logon

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to W2K and Term Services

for the clients.
Article I Q260711How to Configure Automatic Logon to a Terminal Server

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