This will configure all of your client computers to allow remote desktop access throughout your network environment Windows client computers.
As a Systems Administrator, you don’t want to have to walk around to hundreds or even thousands of computers to configure settings, such as allowing remote desktop. Setup a group policy to push out the settings.
How to setup Remote Desktop Using Group Policy (GPO).
Server: Windows Server 2008 R2
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