Scenario: An enterprise company is in the final planning stages of their Windows 2003 Active Directory project, and they have asked you to review their current plan to ensure that it is in alignment with Citrix recommendations. Specifically, they plan to implement these features: Terminal Services roaming profiles and home directory configured by means of Terminal Services Group Policy Objects (GPO) Time-out settings configured by means of Terminal Services GPOs All Citrix-related servers will be in their own Organizational Unit (OU). Child OUs will be used to distinguish the various server types, for example. Citrix Presentation Servers will be in a child OU. Presentation Servers will be fully locked down by means of GPOs so that users cannot access the registry, the command prompt, Windows Explorer and other administratively sensitive areas. In addition, loopback and deleting cached copies of the user profile has been configured. What is your assessment of 's plans?
The Presentation Server should not be placed in their own OU.
Terminal Services roaming profiles and home directory should be configured by means of user properties.
Time-out setting should be configured by means of the Citrix Connection Configuration tool.
The proposed configuration aligns with recommended practices.
GPOs should not be used to lock down the servers.
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