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Policy to disable search for computers

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Is it possible to deactivate the computer search with a policy. I don't want to hide the "Search" button, I only want to remove the Search for Computers/Network Printers/Persons.
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This should do it...
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000pro/maintain/w2kmngd/11_2ksch.mspx
Must be same for Windows 2003 as well.
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The question was only to remove searching for computers. To disable the search functionality is not the aim.
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Thx bsharath !
I Think there will be no way to solve this problem.
I will disabel the search function.
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