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Terminal Services/Remote desktop

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I am a .net developer and not that good in operating systems. Need some help about Terminal services and remote desktop.
I just wonder if it is possible to connect to server computer by either remote desktop or terminal services and just have access to a specific application?
This is the scenario, I bought 2 licenses for Microsoft office and .net framework . Install both applications in the server computer. And let 3 clients computer to connect to the server via remote desktop and using the applications. The problem is I just want one of the client just be able to run/use Microsoft office and the 2 other can only run .net framework .Do we have such a feature in Remote desktop or terminal services?

Thanks in advance for you help:)
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