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    There is any way to limit the remote control connection of an user for some folders only ?

    Meaning if he connects to my pc he can only acces 1 folder. I don t want him to be allowed to open any extra programs like mozzila, etc except some that i manually add to an exception list

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    Re: Any way to limit remote control only to some folders?

    What OS is this?

    Regular NTFS security permissions should take care of most of it
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    • #3
      Re: Any way to limit remote control only to some folders?

      os: windows 2003 enterprise edition sp 1

      Can you please explain or link me to a guide ?

      I only want to allow remote for let s say 1-2 folders on pc. User that connects can edit everything in that folder, start executables .exe , etc.. Except that he can t modify anything and i m reffering he can t access internet explorer or any browser to surf over the internet, he cant see system specs by right clicking mycomputer, etc. If it s able to be done... when he connects through remote he can see only that folder or access only a shortcut to that folder.

      I don t want the user to be able even to see the taskmanager bar

      Thanks for the reply btw

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      • #4
        Re: Any way to limit remote control only to some folders?

        There are a lot of restrictions there that you're asking for. I would strongly recommend that you seek a consultant to plan and help you implement your Terminal Services (presumably) setup. As for restricting user activities using NTFS permissions and Group Policy, then Google would be a good place to start.
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          Re: Any way to limit remote control only to some folders?

          Think about upgrading to 2008 and deploying RemoteApps
          Tom Jones
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