disable network browsing

I have two servers on a router and i need to disable the ability to browse from one to the other...in other words i dont want anyone to be able to browse by typing \\servername\C$ to get to the other server...i have to have them both on this router but not be able see one another or have access between the two...how can i do this via group policy.  I tried shutting down the 'server' service but i was then not able to remote into the boxes using RDP anymore...please advise
Kevin24Asked:
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Kevin24Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
ok...in case anyone else needs to know the fix...i found it myself...all you have to do is browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer and create a new dword called NoRun and assign it a value of 1...this will disable the RUN button and disable browsing via IE...if you try to browse via IE you will get a response "Access to the resource \\servername\ has been disallowed.  So now i completely shut off browsing without having to use group policy...you can no longer browse using \\servername
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RGRodgersCommented:
As long as the two servers are on different subnets, you need to edit the routing table to eliminate routes between the two subnets.
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Kevin24Author Commented:
I have a very simple SOHO router which doesnt allow me the flexability to disable routes between different subnets...how can i set up group policy to disable \\servername browsing?
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