We have most of users' ability to access the C: blocked. We have a specific application that requires C: drive access so we wanted to allow that access but only on specific computers. What are some recommendations to override this User Policy to disallow C: access on specific computers?
Not going to be pretty but on those machines enable loopback processing then have a user policy applied that allows access
More on loopback here
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