Hello, I have tired looking on google for information on this but with no success.
I want to be able to lock down certain user accounts in Group Policy to disable the ability of creating short cuts from the file menu and by right clicking. We have important hard drives hidden, however to get past this users are creating short cuts to the c: drive etc.
So ideally I was looking for a solution using group policy to disable the ability of creating new shortcuts. Any ideas?
any one can access the files even if you block creation of the shortcut if they have access. one way is to remove the groups from the drive's security list(using the security tab of the properties) this
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