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Hi,

I want to give one of my windows 2003 server remote access to somebody  to check the IIS setting , but I dont what he will create , modify, or change any setting , kindly let me now how I can create the restricts user for remote desktop access.

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Naresh
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Put the user in the local Users Group, add the user to Remote Users group (System Properties, Remote, Select Remote Users).  As he is a member of the local Users Group, he cannot change or install a lot.  He also might be unable to view some settings.  You can also add him to the Power users group, which will grant him a little bit more access.
This cannot be done if the server is a DC.  Then you need to set permissions through AD and Group Policies.
You can also send him Print screens of every setting.  I have had some clients in the past who prefer that (I hate it).
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