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Locking Down Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server Sessions

Microsoft Corporation

Published: July, 2003


This article demonstrates the ability of Active Directory® to restrict Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Terminal Server sessions to the functionality allowed by an administrator. Highlighting important grouppolicies, considerations are outlined for configuring user interactions with the operating system for a wide variety of deployments.

This is a preliminary document and may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein

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Introduction 1

How can this be implemented? 1

Planning 2

Installing Terminal Server 3

Restrictive Computer Policies 4

Restrictive User Policies 7

Non-Policy Settings 20

Disable Internet Explorer Search Companion 20

Remove Printers and Faxes from New Start Menu 20

Disable the Full Path in Windows Explorer 21

RemoveInternet Explorer and Windows Explorer from the Quick Launch Bar 21

Disable Help 21

Network Browsing by Using the Common Open/Save File Dialog Box 21

Additional Restrictions 23

Software Restriction Policies 23

Internet Explorer in Kiosk Mode 23

Summary 24

Related Links 25


Using Terminal Server in Windows Server 2003, you can operate 32-bitapplications, such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, anytime and anywhere. Terminal Server provides centralized application processing, management, and maintenance. With this flexibility, Terminal Server can be used in a wide variety of applications and environments.

A terminal can reside in an office, kiosk, classroom, laboratory, on a factory floor, or across the internet in another country...
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