What you need to do to have the computer in the local network have access to the web server via remote desktop (rdp)?

There is a local network and the physical web server.Windows server OS. The local network is set up,you have a server with AD,DHCP,DNS.You need to make from your employee's computer could be using rdp to have access to the remote desktop of the web server.What do you need?As I understand it,you must install a RDP at any of the available physical servers and make settings in "group policy Management".
March 23rd 20 at 19:35
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March 23rd 20 at 19:37
you must install a RDP at any of the available physical servers and make settings in "group policy Management".
No.
  • Any roles not necessary, and there is no such role.
  • And certainly not on any
.

You need to go to the computer running the web server and allow remote desktop access.
My computer - properties - remote settings.
March 23rd 20 at 19:39
If the user one is admin and then you can do something like as described above. Then the server can connect to one admin at the same time. Right, of course, the role of RDP+license server RDP on the web.server. But the question is why go to a user on this server? Its set it and forget it.

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