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Hiding Office Programs Thru Group Policy

Posted on 2006-06-26
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Is there a way to hide the Office programs on the Start Menu on a Terminal Server through Group Policy.  I orginally restricted user access, but management wants it where the Office programs don't show at all.
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never heard of anything that can do this with GPO, you can create a redirection policy and the standardise what is contained with it, but then all personnel who get that policy will have the same start menu.....
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