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Hi All,

I want to customise the save as dialog for terminal server uses on a 2008 R2 server.

Removing the libraries is the aim of this exercise, I am quite confident that GPO will (if it is at all possible to do) is an option however the solution I need needs to be non GPO.

Thanks for the help.



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Just right-click on each one and hit 'don't show in navigation pane'?
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If you can't do that from the 'save as...' dialog, just do it from Windows Explorer. It will affect all open and save dialogs.
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Hi All,

The answer turned out to bethe following.

With the save as Dialog open right click "Libraies" and choose "Reset Default Libraries" this will palce an icon on your desktop, delete that new folder / icon and the libraries no longer appear in save as etc.

Woth noting I have no idea what impact this has on user terminal server sessions and programs that may look for this path - highly doubt any would / do.

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These commetns led to solution.
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