App locker ???????

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    i have a domain controller, and that’s all it is, is a domain controller. I have a terminal server, (they are on 2 seperate servers) joined to the DC. Now how can i run app locker through a gpo on a domain controller, when the applications are on the terminal server.

    Everywhere i look, i see app locker run through gpo’s, but everywhere i look, i’m told that dc’s should be on their own box, and ts’s should be on their own, but all of the descriptions are for computers connected to a domain, not a terminal server?

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