Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Remote Logon
I've got a Win Server 2008 R2 Standard. Want to give a group the ability to login remotely and locally.
I created the group AXE.
1. Put them in the Remote Desktop users Group.
2. Created a GPO "Allow log on through terminal services" applied to group AXE.
3. I am still using the 120 days access when I added Remote Desktop Services Role.
I am uncertain where I am missing something. I just added Remote Desktop Session Host. The users will be logging to this server directly, its the only server. It is also a DC because there may be expansion in the future.
I could get rid of the DC part if need be to simplify the situation if you think so. I have the 5 User CAL coming and will add it later but I dont think that is the issue since we are given 120 days of latitude.
Let me know your Thoughts
I appreciate the help!
Re: Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Remote Logon
It could be an issue with the authui.dll file. Try to connect to the server remotely and access the ip\c$ and put back the orginal file. After that change authui.dll files both in the %directory%:\windows\system32 and %directory%:\windows\syswow64 locations. And now copy the authui.dll files you got from the 2008 DVD/ISO to respectively the System32 and SysWOW64 directory.
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