Terminal/remote access to the computer?


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I will try to formulate the question as precisely as possible. There is a computer with XP. It contains very rare and expensive software. In a single instance, of course. The decision was made to shield the computer from the maximum number of influences, to put the system unit in a safe Deposit box(or a semblance of the safe). Now we need to make it so that users can work, but could not make any changes to the system, nothing could remove. Roughly speaking, the rights only on reading.

Maybe someone will be able to suggest how best to organize everything?
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It is better to put Server 2008, and organize the program through RemoteApp.
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To put on the computer in the safe vncserver, which you can specify all the necessary settings. These programs fully.
For example:
UltraVNC: www.uvnc.com/
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Look in the direction of steadystate from Microsoft. It allows you to freeze the contents of the sections, caching the changes in memory. After reboot, the changes are rolled back, and the config is stored on a different partition.
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If it is important to leave XP and a license violation are not afraid, you can use a modified termserv.dll sig9.com/articles/concurrent-remote-desktop
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perhaps enough for a simple backup... buy yourself a thread from acronis and you will be happy.
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but to do so would be the user didn't have write permissions and thus to ensure the normal operation... it is nonsense however.
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It is easy to give the right Guest.
But it will not solve all problems.
If everything is so expensive and it is important to have hardware solutions.
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Try to create a server user with a limited user account and configure the NTFS rights so that all files related to Your program this user would have read-only permission. Don't forget about the rights to the corresponding branches of restra. As I recall, on a standard Windows XP regedit the right to change does not, so use regedt32. This solution will work for any connection method(radmin, RDP, VNC), provided that the user logs in under your account.
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