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How to configure Server 2008 Terminal Server session?

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I have used Group Policy Object Editor to configure a terminal server user to launch a single app when connecting to the server. How do I configure the OS to log the user off the server when the app is closed? After closing the app there is an empty desktop with no way to log off, so the user must 'exit' the session and wait for the 'End a disconnected session' to time-out to logoff (close) the session. I tried RemoteApps but the app does not launch.
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The app will not launch properly with the script either. Must be the same thing that causes RemoteApps to fail. Guess I will configure a more traditional terminal server session.
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