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Q: Disable TS hard drive redirection on clients with GP?

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hello people,

cou you point me to the appropriate GPO with with I can disable drive redirection on client inititated RDP connections in a group?

Thanks!
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Computer Config/ Admin template/ Windows Component/ Terminal Services/ client/server data redirect/ do not allow drive redirection
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