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How to Restrict Website Access For Only One User on a Windows 2003 Terminal Server.

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We want to setup a user account named "Warehouse" as a kiosk for general employee access to safety info, MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets/chemical info sheets)  and a handful of websites (such as their 401-k website).

We are in a Windows 2003 Terminal Server environment with both Internet Explorer and Firefox available.
One idea I had was to use Program subfolder security settings to restrict them from accessing either browser, installing a third browser and allowing them to access that browser with restrictions.

Is there any easier way, such as the plan described in the attached txt file?
Will the plan in the attached txt file affect only the Warehouse employee or will this impact all users of IE ?
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