I am replacing one of our Windows XP PCs with Windows 7 - No issue there.
One of the functions of this PC is to allow one of our users to remote into it, via Windows RDP, and run ONLY ONE application, collect their data, and exit.
> The user will be using the provided RDP license that comes with each Windows installation, meaning that there is no Terminal Services Server in place.
I attempted a few solutions that I found on the Web, but ended up "locking up" the Windows XP OS so that NO ONE could login - Pretty neet trick if anyone is interested - BTW, is the reason that we moved to another PC :(
> So, being a bit more cautious, I am asking assistance from EE, as time is an issue.
This PC has normal functions in the office, and this one user has a need to remote in via RDP, but in a secured manner - Thus the running of the only one application.
> I attempted creating registry hack that pointed to the application as a new shell, but this "almost worked", it would not log off, thus when the user attempted to remote in again, she could not - I had to manually log in and end the session.
> I attempted changing the Group Property and ended up 'brain deading/killing' the PC.
I know there **must** be an easier way to do this.... Any ideas?