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  • GPO Policy to force application on start up

    Is there anyway to force only one application to pop up when RDP users log in without giving them access to anything else? For example: When user logs into Windows Server 2003, they will only be limited to using Quick Books? Any help will be appreciated.

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    Re: GPO Policy to force application on start up

    Yes, although I don't think it is really under GPOs

    You can set a default app in the rdp file the user connects with, or in the properties of the RDP-TCP connection on the server
    (for 2003 go to Admin tools -- terminal server config, similar for 2008 )
    Last edited by Ossian; 13th August 2011, 19:07.
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      Re: GPO Policy to force application on start up

      i thinky ou may even be able to do this with the userobject properties in AD, under Terminal Services Profile.
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