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Which policy inhibits a user from mapping a drive on windows xp?

Posted on 2007-03-19
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How can this policy be turned of ?
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There are several options/policies you can configure such as "remove map network drive" located in:
User configuration | Administrative templates | Windows Components | Windows Explorer  |....
However, very difficult to restrict completely where DOS prompt is still available.
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its more a policy that blocks access from the network....thats how to nail it a little stronger
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Thanks itbabe,
Cheers !
--Rob
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