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    Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can hide the C drive on a terminal server through group policy in AD? I have hidden the drive through My Computer but it is still visible when you go through Windows Explorer. If the drive can't be hidden from Explorer, can I remove Explorer from the right click start menu?

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    Re: Locking down Terminal Server GP

    the first hit in google:
    http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&q=...+policy+&meta=
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      Re: Locking down Terminal Server GP

      Hi.

      These to settings will do it for you.

      User Configuration/
      Administrative Templates/
      Windows Components/Windows Explorer

      Hide these specified drives in My Computer Enabled
      Pick one of the following combinations
      Restrict A, B, C and D drives only

      Policy Setting
      Hides the Manage item on the Windows Explorer context menu
      Prevent access to drives from My Computer
      Pick one of the following combinations
      Restrict A, B, C and D drives only

      Then you remove the "Read" security permission on that policy for "Domain Admins"
      or for any other user or group that you don't want to have that policy to be applied.

      Regards, Sebastian

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