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
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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
As long as the two servers are on different subnets, you need to edit the routing table to eliminate routes between the two subnets.
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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