Limit TS access to a single application


We are running windows server 2008 R2 on all systems in our domain.  I would like to allow a partner employee access to a single application on our Terminal Server.  What would be the best approach to make certain that they only have access to the single application and not the entire system?


Garry WilmethOwnerAsked:
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Garry WilmethOwnerAuthor Commented:
I have 20 or so existing users that need full access.  Can RemoteApp be applied to the new single user account?
Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
Yes it can. You can make access to a single user or to a security group.
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