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Removing  all but "my computer" from Save as option

Posted on 2013-12-06
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I am running a remote terminal server 2008r2 (remoteApp) solution for some of our clients.  It has worked out wonderfully with the exception of  exporting  files.   Clients are getting confused.  I was hoping to reduce the save location options by default.  Group policies have allowed me to restrict access but not remove their presents.    
I have included a screen shot.  The idea is to only make available "my Computer"  and their redirected local drives.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
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Have you tried using the registry or gpedit by configuring Common File Dialog Box - Customize Places Bar
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you are awsome  thank so much
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No problem
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