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Exclude Directory in GPO

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi people

I have a question...
I have gpo ready in the gpo i prevent access to all drive but drive D (custom adm).
is there any to make exclude direct (new adm or any other way) to a spicific directory so i can run software that installed on the computer?

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Sikhumbuzo Ntsada earned 500 total points
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If what you want is to add permission to a specific folder, then right click the folder, properties, security, edit, add: now the user you want to have access on that folder, tick the full control if you want them to have full rights or adjust the access according to your needs and click OK to close.
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