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User Account Limitations on Windows 7 or domain

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Can anyone recommend some easy way to create limitations based on user accounts.  We have a domain and in this example, I have one user that I want to be able to have them access a PC, but they should not have the ability to use the internet.  I only want them to have access to one directory on the server (which I know how to do).  I do not know how to prevent internet usage or prevent people from downloading malicious content into the PC and potentially the network.  
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Everything you're talking about is typically done via Group Policy.

MS Documentation on Group Policy
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb310732.aspx
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