Defining an Access Control Rule and Resource for Terminal Server Access
This section describes how to provide terminal sever access to your users by defining an access control rule and
creating a terminal server resource. For more information see, Access Control Rules and Adding Resources.
To define a terminal server resource
In the AMC, navigate to Security Administration > Access Control.
Click the + (New) icon. The Add Access Rule page displays.
In the Number field, type a number to specify the rule’s position in the access rule list.
Use the Action buttons to specify Permit.
Complete the information under Basic settings:
Leave User selected (so that the rule applies to users trying to access a resource).
The From field specifies the users to whom the rule applies. For this example, leave the value as Any user.
In the To field, click Edit to specify the target resource for this rule. A Resources page displays.
Click New and then select Host name or IP from the list. If you have more than one terminal server on the same IP subnet, you can select IP range or Subnet. The Add/Edit Resource page displays.
Type a name for the resource. For example,
In the Host name or IP address field, type the host name or IP address for the terminal server.
Click Save. The Add/Edit Resource page closes.
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