I have a Server2003 where users logon remotely (remote desktop) to use a program.
I would like to configure my server so that when users logon ONLY the program will appear (no explorer.exe shell) and when they close it the connection will disconnect/log-off.
This is done so that it will be as easy as possible for the users and also for security. I would guess users would still be able to start taskmanager and do damage. Ideas on how to do this as easy and securely as possible are welcome!
N.B. I have tried searching the registry if users can have seperate shells, doesnt look like it.
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