How do I enable client computers to logon to a Terminal Server?

A. To log on successfully to Windows 2000 Terminal Server, follow these steps:

  1. Logon to the Terminal Server as an Administrator
  2. Start the Computer Management MMC snap-in (Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management)
  3. To expand the branches, click the plus symbol (+) next to System Tools, click the plus symbol (+) next to Local Users and Groups, and then click the plus symbol (+) next to Users. 
  4. Double-click the user that you want to be able to log on as a Windows NT Terminal Server client. 
  5. On the Profile tab, click to select the Allow to log on to Terminal Server check box, and then click OK. 
  6. Close Computer Management. 
  7. Start the Terminal Services Configuration MMC snap-in (Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Terminal Services Configuration)
  8. Open the Connections folder, and then click Rdp-Tcp. 
  9. On the Actions menu, click Properties. 
  10. On the Permissions tab, add the users or groups that you want to have permissions to this Windows NT Terminal Server

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