I was working on our server deployment with MDT and was wondering how I
could set rights on the RDP/ICA Listener and found this gem of an
article: Restricting RDP access to Citrix servers (using WMI scripting)

It helped me a lot, although I just found out I tried to add a domain local group with 34 characters and this failed with error “Value out of range”. So I shortened it to 26 characters worked fine though.

For those that don’t know what I’m talking about, you can find RDP-TCP security when opening ServerManager:

ServerManagerRDP

Then right click RDP-TCP, select properties:

RdpProperties

And after you click ‘advanced’ you get the full options:

AdvancedSecurity

Categories: Citrix, Remote Desktop

1 Comment

  1. […] By the way, if you also want to set the security on the RDP protocol (like you used to in the RDP-tcp properties on the security tab), you can read our earlier blogpost here. […]

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