Accessing Previous Versions but not through Context Menu

Posted on 2011-05-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi all,

Through GPO i've removed the context menu from windows explorer, but I want the network users to be able to access the Previous Versions tool from a file/folder context menu > properties.

Previous Versions is working fine, but without the context menu how do I grant users access to the tool?

I removed the context menu because of a number of other features available through it.

Thanks in advance.
Question by:Maltak
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    Looks hopeful.  We are on a complex network so I'll do some testing and get back to you.
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    Thanks for waiting for my test.  It's good.
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    by:Jackie Man
    Glad to know my comment can help you. Cheers!

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