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Allow a user remote access Windows SBS

Q: I have a situation where I need to allow a vendor to deploy a custom built
application on my SBS server using remote web workplace, but I do not want
him to have administrative rights  on the server. I have tried creating a
custom user template, but the only way in which I am able to allow him access
to the server (when he logs in he is able to access servers), is by making
him part of the Domain Admins Security group. Is there any other way?

A: By default, only Administrators are allowed log on to the DC. If you want to some other users to access the DC using TS, try one or more of the following settings.

  1. Assign the user to The Allow log on through Terminal Services right using local policy (gpedit.msc).
  2. Assign permission to use TS Configuration. Go to that, select the properties of RDP-Tcp.
  3. The Allow logon to terminal server check box under user properties.
  4. Assign the user to Access this computer from network.
  5. Assign the user to Allow log on locally.
If that doesn't work, you may assign the user to the administrators group. If you do, it is better to use group policy to restrict his access.

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