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Local drives mapped to the server when RDP'ed

When I RDP'ed to some of the servers my local drives being mapped to the server.  Other servers don't.  Why is that and where is the option to disable that.
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Tiras25
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davorinCommented:
One option to configure that is on the RDP client - options - local resources- local devices and resources - more...

The other are the settings on the server - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc770631.aspx

It should be enabled on both sides.
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Do not see what settings on the server?
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davorinCommented:
Run tsconfig.msc –> right click RDP-Tcp –> Properties –> Client Settings-> redirection->disable the following: drive
If you check that you will disable drive redirection.
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