I have a PC (not on a domain, which means no Active Directory or Group Policy) that is going to be placed in a general public area. So, I want to lock it down as much as possible. I am running an Access 2003 DB in kiosk mode with no ability to get to the desktop. Within the DB there are links to Word docs on a D:\ partition that need to be accessible as Help Docs. I loaded "WordView" so they would have as few capabilities to manipulate the PC as possible. But, I have noticed that once a doc is opened, WordView gives them the option to do a "File --> Open". This gives them a window that they can navigate to all the drive partitions on the PC and can get to the C:\ drive which has all the OS files on it.
Is there a way via Registry Entries or other methods where I can "hide" the C:\ drive from view and only allow them to access the D:\ drive without causing any issues with the OS running properly? I am very concerned about this because this window would allow them to delete any of the files or folders on the C:\ drive. Suggestions are greatly appreciated!