We have an Access database working across an RDP using Windows 2008 Server R2. It has been assigned it's own drive letter "N:", with nothing else on that drive. The front-end runs on the C: drive and the back end sits on the N: drive.
I would like to know if it is possible to lock down that drive so nobody (except Administrators) can access it (using Explorer etc), but without it having a knock on effect to the Access database & it's functionality.
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