2003 Server, 2000 Pro desktop how do I limit just one user's options?

Posted on 2006-03-26
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Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I am running a AD at home on 2003 server and have a computer running 2000 Pro in the guest room. When my parents want to use it I don't care what applications they run. I want to have a visitor account that has access only to Internet Explorer and the option to Log Off. I'm not sure how to configure this
Question by:MannyLNJ
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Jay_Jay70 earned 1000 total points
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Hi MannyLNJ,

you need to configure a group policy on the OU that the account sits under


that will list everything you can lock down


some basic starters ^^^^


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