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2000 Server Group Policy with XP Pro.

Posted on 2004-09-09
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Hi,
      Is there a setting in Group Policy (W2K Server) that will disable shortcuts to be automatically generated under ‘My Network Places’ in Xp clients? Also is there way of disabling the view of Microsoft ‘Terminal Services’ & ‘Web Client Network’ under Entire Network?

Thanks.

MrPrince.
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hope this helps... It worked for me..

In My Network Places, click Tools | Folder Options | View and un-check
"Automatically search for network folders and printers".  You can delete any unwanted shortcuts
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Thanks for that, it works for me too. Is there still any way of disabling the view of Microsoft ‘Terminal Services’ & ‘Web Client Network’ under Entire Network?

Thanks.
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