Group Policy Question - Exception Needed for Terminal Servers

We have a group policy linked to an OU that contains only user accounts. We use it (among other things) to set desktop to users network folder.  However, if that same user logs into a Terminal Server, we would like to set the desktop to be local (drive C on terminal server).  That is, we do not want the user's "normal" desktop to carry over on the terminal server.  How can I do that via GPO?  I have added a GPO for the OU that contains the terminal servers and changed the setting there, but that does not seem to override what is being done by the GPO on the OU containing users account.  Any suggestions?
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