How to set up Terminal Services user for one application on Windows Server 2003 SBS

I need to set up terminal services, and one terminal service account that can be used to run an application over a WAN connection.  The target is a Windows 2003 Server (small business server), and I am able to connect to the server's desktop when logging in as Administrator.  If I try to use any other UserID, the error appears "The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively".  How can I set up one remote user account, with rights to one application?  This user will not be logging onto the server from any client computers, only via the remote desktop client.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Small Business Server 2003 does not support users using Terminal Services - only Administrators.  To do this, you would need another server setup with Terminal Services and the appropriate licenses.

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