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Hiding systemdisk

Posted on 2011-03-22
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How can yot hide the systemdisks from being visible to teminalserver users on a 2008 Terminal server.
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Hello;
well you can add "$" in the end of each folder to be unseen.
or you can follow this article and it will helps you, i hope :
http://www.datacrash.net/howtos/howto/hide-local-drives-%28vista-and-windows-server-2008%29.html

Get me Informed about what you did .

Ahmed HERMI
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The link did not work( but i found the correct one )
I found a better solution at http://www.petri.co.il/gpdrivesoptions.htm
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thanks for sharing :)
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