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DVD Burning

Posted on 2004-11-08
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Last Modified: 2010-04-11
Where do I find DVD burning/playing in group policy?  I want to enable DVD burning to one of my OU's but I can't find it in Group Policy.
Question by:mbcasey
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h00ligan earned 500 total points
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i doubt you will find what you are looking for. However i would suggest that in the group policy editor you lock down any software that can burn or read dvd's.. eg powerdvd.


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