Terminal Server

Hello All,
I am using windows server 2003 with Terminal Services. I am using it to grant users access to my server to run different application. what is the best way to do this where one user can access my TS and only run the assiged application and nothing else.
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Hi jaffan72,

Please look at "Editing User-Specific Logon Information" section on this page.


I hope it works for you. Good luck.

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Use group policy to remove all uneeded items - use loopback processing and apply it to the terminal server OU.
jaffan72Author Commented:
Thank you guys, but i was hoping for more details. I have configured RDC for user A. he can now VPN then Login to the server. i just want to be able to have this user only see the program I assign for him. please give as much details as possiable.

Thank you
jaffan72Author Commented:
Hello All, I am still waiting on an answer, but let me give you more details on what i have and what i need accomplished.

I have a windows 2003 server setup as a workgroup not a domain. I have quick books and prolog applications. I want to be able to have my users vpn to my server and then run RDC to run the application I assign for them. I do not want them to be able to do anything else on the server other than running their application

Please I need your help ASAP

Thank you
jaffan72Author Commented:
Whats up guys, no one can help me on this issue?
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