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How to restrict access for a user to an application in Component Services

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Hi all...

I want to be able to grant access to a user to a Component Services
Application, and deny access to the other applications, so that he will be
able to add or modify components only to the application with granted
access. How can I do it?

Thanks
Jaime
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The only way that I can think of right off had would be local policy on the workstation and give him rights to run that program only.
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