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Group Policy: Windows Explorer Enable Prompt for Drag and Drop on Network Zones

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Ok Experts here we go, everywhere I have looked posts are 5 and 6 years old with no solution so really gonna need the Super Experts to get this to work.

Scenario: Users are accidentally dragging and dropping network directories, sub folders and files to locations they are not needing to be, need to enable the Windows Explorer to prompt confirmation if they would really like to have move, copy, ect done.

Here is the MS Article that was found:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888534/en-us

There have also been registry hacks that are recommened that do not work found here:
http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/WinXP/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/2004-05/20757.html

We are wanting the computer to prompt the user everytime for drag and drop functions, especially when it comes to network files.  Group Policy would be best. Somebody wrote a small application that runs on machines for $30 a pop, however I believe that since Microsoft gives the ability in GP there should be a way to make this work.

Environment Details:
Clients: Windows XP Pro SP2
Severs: Server 2003 Standard
File Servers: Windows 2003 and Novell

Thanks Experts! 500 Points to the biggest dog in the house!
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