I need to make a couple GPO's that will affect the way a user views the computer on a Terminal Server. 5 users need certain applications to load and 10 need other applications to load, each group should not be able to see the others applications.
I have made an new OU called Terminal Services and created a GPO called SS TermServ. I enabled the Loopback feature plus many other policies. When the user logs into the Terminal Server - nothing is applied. In the security Filtering I added one user (for testing purposes)
How should I apply this GPO? I will also need another GPO to apply to other users in a group so I dont think I can add it to the computer itself.
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