Managed Servers Articles back Search titles Show titles with any search term. See all topics Managed Windows Server Defaults Default settings for a managed Windows server. Where to Install New Software All customer applications should be installed on alternate drives (E:, F:, etc). Systems Support currently uses the C: drive for our applications and logging. Separating customer... Add Firewall Rules See the documentation at How to Set Firewall Rules on Windows Managed Servers. Note: If you have an older server, it may not let you specify firewall rules yourself. Email systems-support@... Add Local Administrators Add additional local administrators to a managed Windows server. RDP Access: Add Additional Users By default, all individuals with administrative access to a Windows server will have Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access. However, there are instances when you may wish to enable users with non-... Restricted Applications in the Server Farm There are several applications that are not appropriate for customers to run on a managed server in the Server Farm. These applications might reproduce existing central functions, be a security... Run as an Administrator In Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2, even admin users don't run with full privileges all of the time. Microsoft implemented a procedure called "User Access Control" (UAC) which will... See Administrators and Remote Users Determine which administrators and remote users have access to a Windows server. Windows Policy Group Settings Applying Windows policy group settings to a managed Windows server.