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Posted on 2008-10-12
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Hi ,
is there a way to do in group policy to deny users to access folder options?
i believe that i can do it thru regedit but i have to do it for multi users and i cant do it manually in each user except there is a way to push a script (to amend reg edit thru GPO).
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by:wolfcamel
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you can export the registry changes to a .reg file and then create either a login script (batch file) to run, or a group policy - run on login script to implement the registry change
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by:DocCan11
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you can use group policy to put the keys you in the registry and direct it only at the computers/people you want.. As opposed to having group policy run a script..
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Henrik Johansson earned 500 total points
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Configure the following policy setting in a GPO linked to the OU with user objects:
\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Explorer\Removes the Folder Options menu item from the Tools menu
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by:auk_experts
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hello henjoh
it seems that i can do it thru group policy, gr8 job
thank you guys
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