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Remove Mapped Drive Space Indicatory Server 2008R2

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Hello Experts,

Does anyone know if there is a group policy to remove the blue space indicator bar from Mapped drives on Server 2008R2? I have users that connect the server which is running RDS and they are seeing the mapped drives as what looks like almost full since but have 60 GB of free space. (large drive)
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There is no group policy to do so. It is possible there might be a registry entry, but none that I am aware of.
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Thanks, Rob. I suspected this might be the case but just thought I would check.
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