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how to restrict one application through terminal services

Posted on 2006-11-09
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Hi,

I am enquiring as to how i can have certain people terminal server in to my network and just see one application and nothing else and then just a few people with more access. I have gone into the terminal services configuration properties and had a look under environment but not sure what to do and how to do it


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You could add the program for the single application people under the ENVIRONMENT tab in AD Users and Computers or the local a/c properties for local a/c's.  If the ENVIRONMENT tab under Terminal services Config. is on the setting "run intial program as set in user profile".  When they close the app it will close the session.

Steve
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Sorry the ENVIRONMENT tab is in the user properties in ADUC.
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Yes application security is avilable for terminal services for windows servers .
Use this url = http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/tools/hotfixes/appsec-o.asp

And also check the detials of terminal services setup & configration=


http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/win2kts/maintain/optimize/secw2kts.mspx


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Great thanks guys. will have a look later today.
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OK, thanks for points and quick closing.  Let us know if you need follow up.
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