Terminal Services Profile

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

Terminal Services profile

A Terminal Services profile to assign each user a profile is specifically created for terminal server sessions. Administrators can then create user profiles tailored to the Terminal Services environment.

The Terminal Services profile can be used to restrict access to applications by removing them from the user's Start menu. Administrators can also create and store network connections to printers and other resources for use during user sessions.

For more information about profiles, see User Profiles.

Terminal Services home folder

You can specify a path to a home folder to be used for terminal server sessions. This can be either a local folder or a network share.

Allow logon to terminal server

You can grant access to a specific terminal server on a per-user basis. If this option is left disabled, the user is not allowed to log onto any terminal servers.