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  • Terminal Service And One Application

    Hello,

    im new to terminal services and would like to share only one application to one individual.

    How would i do this ?

    i have got it to share multiple apps to many users.

    Ajw901

  • #2
    Re: Terminal Service And One Application

    The easy way is to use RemoteApp of Windows 2008 R2 or (and better for large orgs) is to use Citrix Xen Application server.
    Best Regards,

    Yuval Sinay

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    • #3
      Re: Terminal Service And One Application

      Hello,

      i'm currently running Server 2003 r2 Standard Edition. its a tad pointless to install citrix because we only have around 15 people using Terminal services. as well we aren't currently looking to upgrade the network. Is there any way ?

      Ajw901

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      • #4
        Re: Terminal Service And One Application

        Is this 1 program all the user is going to do on the network?

        if so: put the program in the users profile as the one to launch on connection.
        also set your GPO's to make sure he cant have access to anything else.

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        • #5
          Re: Terminal Service And One Application

          I think this solution would work for you as well.

          http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?t=40588

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          • #6
            Re: Terminal Service And One Application

            Hello all thanks for the replies. However im trying to do this.

            say one user called "user 1" has access to word,powerpoint,access and excel

            and say another user called "user 2" has access to word,powerpoint and excel

            and say another user called "user 3" has access to just word &powerpoint

            how do i stop user 2 from accessing access ? and user 3 from accessing access & excel ?

            Any ideas

            Ajw901

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            • #7
              Re: Terminal Service And One Application

              use permissions on each program to control user access.

              I would make a new group for each of the applications that has permissions and then add the users as members to the groups they need.

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              • #8
                Re: Terminal Service And One Application

                Originally posted by ajw901 View Post
                Hello all thanks for the replies. However im trying to do this.

                say one user called "user 1" has access to word,powerpoint,access and excel

                and say another user called "user 2" has access to word,powerpoint and excel

                and say another user called "user 3" has access to just word &powerpoint

                how do i stop user 2 from accessing access ? and user 3 from accessing access & excel ?

                Any ideas

                Ajw901
                Your best way would be with Citrix. It can be done using just terminal services, file/folder permissions and redirected start menu's though.
                Daniel Frei
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                • #9
                  Re: Terminal Service And One Application

                  would this still work on a work group not a Domain ?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Terminal Service And One Application

                    Yeah.. it would work on a workgroup. the users would have a separate username and password to log into the server than they log into their computer but yes, you could do it that way..

                    Why not use the domain if you have it though.
                    Daniel Frei
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