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  • Remove Properties Of a drive

    Hi
    how can i remove properties of a drive for a user in Group Policy?
    thanks

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    Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

    Hi,

    Are you looking at this ?



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    • #3
      Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

      Errr correct me if im wrong but sharareh didn't ask for disk quotas.

      Without looking at it, the easiest way maybe to hide the drive from the user?

      Hope this helps
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      • #4
        Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

        my user must access to drives , i cant Hide drive .I found Disable Drog and Drop in group policy , but If you disable drag/drop , you also disable right-click
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        • #5
          Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

          Hi,
          i didnt get it ? what exactly you want to achieve ?!


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          • #6
            Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

            Hemantgiri,

            Please do not take it as personal attack, but this is not the first time you are confusing people that come looking for answers.
            The question above is crystal clear and there is even a picture which demonstrates the feature that is desired to be hidden.

            Please refrain from confusing people if you do not fully understand the original question.
            Guy Teverovsky
            "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"

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            • #7
              Re: Remove Properties Of a drive

              You could enable the "Disable Windows Explorer's default context menu" under Local Computer Policy -> User Configuration -> Admin Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Explorer. But my guess is that will be too restrictive as it will disable right click menus but it all that I'm aware of that will give access to the drive but take away the properties.

              Clendeni

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