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Hiding or excluding hdd from remote user. Trying to use GPMC.

Hi I have ten users on small domain who have to have access to share on server and remotely login using Logmein. All their permissiona are ok I have no dramas with resticting folder access.All data folders are on d: however they can still see c:.
I want to hide C and e drive from them (particulary one user). I have looked at adm scripts etc but dont know where or how to link the policy or .adm (?). Can some guide me through if possible. Much appreciated in advance
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LeighJor
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bggauthCommented:
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LeighJorAuthor Commented:
Thanks bggauth Ok I have this code I got from somewhere.
Where do i place this code as an .adm file and how can I link it to one user. Any ideas. d-only.txt
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bggauthCommented:
Open up Microsoft Management Console by entering 'mmc' in the run window and hit enter
Click file > 'add remove snap' in or hit cntrl + m. (I'm a shortcut freak)
From there you can work through the windows to add a gpo snap in and I believe assign it.


This has more info.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/230263
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FeebleminderCommented:
Are any folders in your c or e drive shared and if so are the users part of a group that has permissions to view them? If so, you need to make a new security group and add them to what ever your remote users group is. Assign that group only to the resourses you want them to have access to.
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FeebleminderCommented:
Sorry typing from my phone

Add those remote logmein users to the new security group and add that group to the remote users group and other groups accordingly if necessary. Then add the newly created group to your resourses as needed.
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LeighJorAuthor Commented:
Do you knoe how i can change this script so tha only drive d: is available and c: and e: are hidden d-only.txt
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FeebleminderCommented:
No, I sure don't.
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LeighJorAuthor Commented:
No answer yet. How can I close this
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