Windows 7 lock down

Need some direction to lock a Win7 pro workstation to auto login with a standard user and only access the IE website full screen to a specific site. Only for the standard user not the admin user. Is there a free kiosk app or manually?  This is not on a domain only local.
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
you have to configure a user to logon automatically:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee872306.aspx

and then put in the startup a IE shortcut to open IE in kiosk mode:

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/internet-explorer-open-full-screen-54336.html

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LightWireAuthor Commented:
I can modify the local gpedit to lock Dow the reset so the user cannot change other things right?
Michael-BestCommented:
Free software for this.
Openkiosk
http://openkiosk.sourceforge.net/work.html
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
ITPOLCommented:
I did something like this a long time ago at a previous job using group policy.  Cant remember the exact details but it was possible to replace the shell with whatever you wanted.  So i think it basically replaced explorer.exe as being the default desktop environment and just run whatever you wanted (i.e Internet explorer)
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