Using Group Policies in Windows XPIn Windows XP professional check out this following procedure to see the what you can on the local machine.
To set Terminal Services policies settings for a particular computer or for users of that computer, open the Group Policy snap-in to edit the Local Group Policy snap-in.
The Terminal Services group policies are not configured by default. You can configure each Group Policy to be either disabled or enabled.
I searched it when I had about 100 servers to remember so wanted to device a list of all RD Connections in my single console for the mmc where I control all the snap ins like MQ, IIS, Computer management, .Net Framework configuration and Biztalk server. Still searching for it.
Using this Group Policy snap-in, you can change and configure the settings of all the components at computer level or at user level for Internet Explorer, Network settings, Software restrictions, Windows Components, desktop control panel. It is really cool to have everythign setup in a single screen.