SBS 2008: How to Make Terminal Servers in Application Sharing Mode Appear in Remote Web Workplace

Administrators will see all servers and workstations that are shown in the SBS Console’s Computer tab. However, standard users will only see workstations that they have been granted access to. This means that Terminal Servers in the domain will NOT be shown to standard users. To allow non-administrators to see Terminal Servers present in the […]

Administrators will see all servers and workstations that are shown in the SBS Console’s Computer tab. However, standard users will only see workstations that they have been granted access to. This means that Terminal Servers in the domain will NOT be shown to standard users. To allow non-administrators to see Terminal Servers present in the network, follow these steps.

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