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Remote desktop user permissions 2003 R2 Standard

I apologize for the linking. The question got 0 response. I decided to re-post here.

If you are going to post a response please post response linking to other question here as well.

I will assign pts. for both questions (1000 pts.) for the most useful answer.

Hope this makes up for the linking.

Thank you.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/File_Servers/Active_Directory/Q_27407778.html
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karnapuneCommented:
Hi,

You can  achieve this by using 6 different methods:
Method 1 - Using vmkfstools and GParted to extend a disk
Method 2 - Using VMware Converter to shrink or extend a disk
Method 3 - Using vmkfstools and another Windows virtual machine to extend a disk
Method 4 - Using vmkfstools and System Rescue CD to extend a disk
Method 5 - Using Knoppix Live CD with QtPartEd to shrink a disk
Method 6 - Use Ghost or another 3rd party imaging product to shrink a disk


You can refer below link to find out implementation steps in detail:

http://vsphere-land.com/tips-tricks/re-sizing-virtual-disks

Regards,
Karna
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itguy565Commented:
Loshdog,

If I understand what you are trying to do correctly you are trying to create an environment in which a remote user can enter though the firewall and be completely locked down to where they can only use a single application.

There are several ways to do this.

Option 1:
The easiest way would be create a separate security group and call it restricted remote user

Create a new GPO and call it Restricted Remote User Policy
Add the Restricted Remote User security group to the Remote user policy and give it read permissions.

navigate to  User Config -> System ->Custom User Interface
Set this to enabled and define the program you would like to start on startup.
You can also launch any logon script you like though the same GPO object from the
User Configuration -> Policies -> Windows Settings -> Scripts(Logon Logoff)




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itguy565Commented:
Loshdog,

Please update this tread and let us know how this is working out for you.
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loshdogAuthor Commented:
Hello I have not implemented the solution yet.
Once I implement I will report back.
Thank you..
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loshdogAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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