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Configure Group Policy Object for Terminal Services Servers

To configure Group Policy Object that apply to a Terminal Services server or Terminal server users, you may want to create an organizational unit (OU) and add the TS or users to the OU. This configuration does not affect the user experience on their workstations or on other.

Exclude admin user from logoff timeout policy

How to create a new OU

How to create a Group Policy Object

How to Enable Group Policy Loopback

How to add the computer account or user accounts to the GPO

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