Disabling Libraries, Favorites, etc in windows 2008 terminal on a save as.
Posted on 2010-09-16
Hi guys, we are using remoteapp to push out software to users. One of the critical functions of the app is to allow remote users to upload files through the app. When the attachment button is activated in the app, it opens a standard explorer windows to browse to the item, Nothing fancy, very standard and straightforward. What we are trying to do is hide or disable the some of the icons in the left hand (navigation) pane like all sub items under "Favorites" (Desktop, Downloads Recents Places), "Libraries" (Documents, Music, Videos, Pictures), and "Network."
I have tried using the group policy editor to no avail. I was able to hide them from the start menu, and the explorer from within a full blown terminal session, but when I just access the remote app and use the attach function within the remote app, it still appears in the navigation pane. Any help would be greatly appreciated.