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disable browsing of Network for remote desktop users under 2008 server

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I have a couple of users who log into a remote desktop running under 2008 server, when they open a assigned shared folder, the entire network appears on the left hand side of the window, I am looking for that not to appear.

is this possible with out group policy?
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two very good links.. thank you...
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