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XenApp 6.5 published desktop on Windows 2008R2

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I have multiple applications installed on XenApp server. I have published desktop, at the moment anyone who have access to the published desktop can see all the installed applications under Start > Programs

Is there anyway I can restrict users not to see any applications under pubslihed desktop which they don't have permissions? Is this possible and if yes how can I achieve this?

I know this can be done in Microsoft Application Virtualization(APP-V)

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We use Windows group policy to apply restrictions to the published desktop from our DC
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Can you please tell me specific policy and settings, are these software restrictions policies?

Can you also give some examples? e.g. I have four applications installed on citrix servers and I want only 1 applications to be appear for some users and other 3 applications for other users under published desktop. thanks
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Vijaya Reddy Pinnapa Reddy earned 500 total points
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Follow steps given in the following article,apply the same settings on your server.
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/8739/restrict-users-to-run-only-specified-programs-in-windows-7/
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