How do I restrict access to one program?

I have a 2003 SBS installation and I am programming a custom application. How can I restict a certain user or class of users (who will log on remotely) to run one application and one application only and to have access to nothing else on the server, not even the desktop. When they exit the program I want them logged off the server automatically. I don't even want Ctl-C or Ctl-Alt_del to be passed to the operating system
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
Simply set the application you want to start on the Environment tab, on the user properties under AD. Once they logon to the TS that application will be launched and they will see nothing else.
I assume you have a separate TS server as SBS CANNOT be used as a Terminal Server. It is limited to 2 connections in remote desktop only.

Cláudio Rodrigues

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Windows Server - Terminal Services
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evaultAuthor Commented:
Thank you - What about std edition 2003 server? How many conenctions will it accept?
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
Standard, once you install Terminal Server, will accept as many as your hardware can handle. The more resource intensive the application is, the less users you will get per box. Usually, a dual CPU, quad-core box with 4GB will handle at least 75 users (assuming a 'normal' application).

Cláudio Rodrigues

Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Terminal Services
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evaultAuthor Commented:
Thank you;  I apprewciate your observations and your professionalism.
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