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5.1.1 Remote Desktop for Administration 
Remote Desktop for Administration enables remote server administration over a TCP/IP network. It is 
installed with the operating system by default, but is disabled. Once Remote Desktop for Administration is 
enabled, members of the administrators group can connect and use it by default, while non-administrators 
must be specifically granted access. You can accomplish this by adding the user accounts that require access 
to the Remote Desktop Users group on the server. This can be done through Computer Management in 
Administrative Tools, or through the System Properties window in Control Panel. 
 
To grant a user access using Computer Management, do the following: 
 
• 
Click on the 
START
 button to display the Start Menu 
• 
Point to 
ALL PROGRAMS
 
• 
Click on 
ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS
 
• 
Then click on 
COMPUTER MANAGEMENT
 
• 
In the console tree, expand the 
SYSTEMS TOOLS
 node 
• 
Expand the 
LOCAL USERS AND GROUPS
 node 
• 
Expand the 
GROUPS 
node 
• 
In the details pane, right-click the 
REMOTE DESKTOP USERS
 group to open the Remote 
Desktop Users Properties window 
• 
From the pop-up menu, select 
ADD TO GROUP
 
• 
Then click the 
ADD
 button 
• 
Click on the 
ADVANCED
 button to locate the user accounts to which you wish to grant 
access 
• 
Click on the 
FIND NOW
 button 
• 
Select the users accounts to which you wish to grant access 
• 
Then click 
OK
 
• 
Click 
OK
 again to close the Select Users windows 
• 
Finally, click OK to close the Remote Desktop Users Properties window 
 
To grant a user access using the System Properties window, do the following: 
 
• 
Click on the 
START
 button to display the Start Menu 
• 
Click on 
CONTROL PANEL
 
• 
In Control Panel, click on 
SYSTEM 
to open the System Properties window 
• 
Click on the 
REMOTE
 tab 
• 
In the Remote Desktop section of the Remote tab, click the 
SELECT REMOTE USERS
 
button to open the Remote Desktop Users dialog box 
• 
In the Remote Desktop Users dialog box, click 
ADD
 
• 
Click on the 
ADVANCED
 button to locate the user accounts to which you wish to grant 
access 
• 
Click on the 
FIND NOW
 button 
• 
Select the users accounts to which you wish to grant access 
• 
Then click 
OK
 
• 
Click 
OK
 again to close the Select Users windows 
• 
Finally, click OK to close the System Properties window 
 
Remote Desktop for Administration allows a maximum of two concurrent connections for the purposes of 
remotely administering the server. By default, when a Terminal Services client connects to this component, 
a new session is created and a copy of the Windows Server 2003 desktop is displayed in a window on the 
client computer. 
 
This copy of the desktop is not the actual server desktop, called the console session that you would see at the 
actual server. Thus, when you connect to the server using Terminal Services you will not see the console by 
default, and will not see any popup messages form server-based applications that are capable of delivering 
messages only to the server’s primary console session. You also will not see any applications that might be 
running on the console session, unless you use a Terminal Services client that uses at least version 5.1 of the 
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to run a remote console session. However, only a single console session 
can run at a time, therefore, the console screen on the actual server is locked when the remote session is 
established. 
 
Terminal Services allows a maximum of two concurrent Remote Desktop connections without requiring 
licensing for those connections. 
 
 

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