To configure the terminal service, you can use the <userattr.userWorkstation>
any other attribute as defined on the server (without double quotes).
To configure this attribute on the AD server:
- Go to Active Directory Users and Computers, right-click a user account, and click Properties.
On the Properties window, click the Account tab:
On the Account tab, click Log On To:
On the Logon Workstations window, select The following computers radio button:
- Add the computer name and click OK:
The attribute will pull the computer name via this option.
Note: The <userattr.userWorkstation> attribute is single valued and can work only when one computer name is configured.
The otherLoginWorkstations attribute is more flexible than userWorkstation.
If multiple computer names are needed (multi valued attribute), the <Userattr.otherLoginWorkstations> attribute can be used.By using userWorkstation, users are restricted to access limited computers.
The Multi-valued attribute - otherLoginWorkstations, on AD server’s ADSIEDIT.
Adding the computer name for the otherLoginWorkstations attribute; Active Directory Users and Computers does not have an option to add the computer name for the otherLoginWorkstations attribute.