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Reg.exe And Remote Desktop 11 years 3 days ago #11837

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Hello all,

Last week i was doing something and i needed to trun on remote desktop from remote location on windows server 2003.After way too much googling I finally came up with the reg.exe command. This allows you to modify the registry from the command line. It is built into server 2003 and XP, but will work on win 2000 also if you can get the program onto the server/workstation.

To turn on remote desktop, just issue this command.

reg.exe ADD "HKEY_LOCAL_Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server" /v fDenyTSConnections /t REG_DWORD /d 0x0 /f

0x1 = turns it back off

The nice thing about this is once you edit the registry key server 2003 and XP automatically turns on remote desktop, no need to mess with trying to restart Terminal Services.

Hope some people find this usefull, I know I have.

Cheers.. :D

~Pranav
The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you can not do..!!
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Reg 11 years 2 days ago #11840

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Hey that's nice ping! Thanks for that
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Re: Reg.exe And Remote Desktop 11 years 2 days ago #11844

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Excellent! I'll file that away. Obviously I presume you're using something like Sysinternal's PsExec to run the program remotely.
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