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Windows Server 2003 domain, hide system drive

Posted on 2008-06-09
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I'm running a citrix server which I need to hide it's system drives through GP. currently the system drive is M:

i looked at these articles
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/242092
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231289

I edited the system.adm as stated, but when I go in my GP I don't see the drop down list with the new item
please advise

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Question by:shankshank
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Can you post your adm template, I know it's going to be massive but it would really help me see where it's going wrong.  Ta.  

Also where did you edit the template?  Have you edited the one in the group policy, or just the one in the Windows\inf?
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I got it.. it was the ADM of the default i was editing, not the actual policy i was working on..


thanks anyways
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