Local C Drive Redirection Disabled via GPO

Hi All--

Computer Environment:
Server 2003
Active Directory
Organizational Units (OU) used to group users to "Limited" and "Unlimited" computer usage policies.
Using GPO's to lock down what can and cannot be ran on a specific Windows XP Professional machine throughout network.


We have a pretty restrictive GPO policy in place for one of our clients who currently utilizes a terminal enviornment for most of their end-users.  Anyone in the specific "Computer Lockdown" gpo (via AD "Limited Users" OU) cannot extend their local C drive over their terminal session to terminal server.  If I login with a Domain Admin account (which is in a completely different OU/GPO), the local C drive is extended and viewable via the terminal session.

My question to you is where might I find the setting in Group Policies that will allow me to apply this setting to the "Limited Users' OU group?  I want to say it's somewhere within the 'User Configuration > Administrative Templates' area but I am having no luck finding the setting I need to modify.

Any assistance or guidenance would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
lanproAsked:
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mcsweenSr. Network AdministratorCommented:
Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services\Terminal Server\Device and Resource Redirection

There is probably a GPO Loopback policy set to apply this computer setting to a user...
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231287
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lanproAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the assist with this.  That seemed to do the trick.
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