How to give user restricted access to Server 2003 ( through Logmein)

I have users who are remotely accessing the server (through Logmein). I have c:, d: on server  . I want to allow only d: to be seen by most of these users.

 They are logging on with their AD credential s at the moment. When in the office they log in on their workstations using same AD credentials.

So if they logon to server from home using their AD authentication I want them to have access only to d: where the public share resides.
On their workstations at the office they logon with same AD authentication but access the public share through mapped drive.
If I use GPO it only resticts their workstation access.
Thanks in advance
LeighJorAsked:
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LHT_STCommented:
i take a seperate dedicated server is out of the question??

for example we have four remote access servers which are used by different departments. we install applicable applications on the server and use our logon scripts to map the same drives they use on their workstations, this way they dont need to access any actual application/file servers directly and can still do there work. likewise if they happen to do something very silly and crash the server its only the remote access server that is affected. You can also of course secure the server based on the users (eg one of ours simply loads a program when they login, No start menu, taskbar or anything else)
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LeighJorAuthor Commented:
Thanks LHT_ST you said
You can also of course secure the server based on the users (eg one of ours simply loads a program when they login, No start menu, taskbar or anything else)
How do I do that through a user login batch file  or what ?
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