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As far as the 2008 Terminal Server, does anyone know how to hide the drives, i.e. c:\\ drive. In the 2003 version a registry edit worked, although this is not working in this version currently.

Also, does anyone have any other best practices for locking down this service from the terminal server itself?

Thanks in advance
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you have to look it down with GPO you have to create a OU call terminal servers and link in with that GPO
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231289 link that will show how to hide drives using GPO
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231289 link that will show how to hide drives using GPO
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