In the "Organization" tab, you can specify :
If the user being modified has been defined as "Manager" on at least one user, you will see the list of these collaborators.
In other words, the "Manager" corresponds to the line manager and the collaborators correspond to the people for whom he is responsible.
In the "Member Of" tab, you can choose which group this user is in and you can add them to more than one group if you wish.
Knowing that the default primary group is "Domain Users" and should not be changed unless you have Macintosh clients or are using POSIX-compliant applications.
To add this user to another additional group, click on the "Add" button and specify the name of the group in which you want to add it.
Now, this user is part of 2 groups :
To add a user to a group, you can also use the "Add to a group" right-click shortcut on a user.
The desired user appears in the target group members.
In the "Dial-in" tab, you can for example, manage network access permissions :
By checking the "Verify Caller-ID" box, you can restrict the connection to a specific phone number.
As the name suggests, the callback options allow the user to be called back, which is preferable for security reasons.
Finally, you can assign static IP addresses and/or static routes to this user, if you wish.
In the "Environment" tab, you can define the name of a program to start when this user opens a session by checking the "Start the following program at logon" box.
In the "Sessions" tab, you can manage the automatic disconnection or closing of sessions opened via Remote Desktop services.
For information about these settings, refer to step 1 of our tutorial : Improve RDS server performance
In the "Remote control" tab, you will be able to choose to adjust the settings of the remote control of the user's session when they log in via Remote Desktop Services.
The available options are :
In the "Remote Desktop Services Profile" tab, you can define :
If you want this user to be able to connect only locally and not to one of your RDS servers which acts as "Session host", all you have to do is check the "Deny this user permissions to log on to Remote Desktop Session Host server" box.
If you edit a user through the Active Directory Administrative Center, you will find the same categories (in the form of blocks instead of tabs) and the same options.
Note that the categories which are not present in the form of blocks are available as tabs in the "Extensions" section.
The only new options available in this Active Directory Administrative Center are "Authentication Policies" and "Authentication Policy Silos".
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