I have a Windows server 2003 and using Terminal server option for users. In the GPO I'm masking all local drives because I de not want users to see the c: to h: drives in the explorer. All users loging in a terminal server session have there local worstation drive loged and that works fine.
The probleme is that I'm trying to access a shared folder on the terminal servers h: but since I use the "mask all drives in GPO" it seems that I cannot see the network drive in the explorer of that users terminal session.
by Batuhan Cetin
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