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Server 2008R2, Windows 7. I want to add a column "Filename" to the Explorer folder view. Is there a way to do it using GPO? Thanks.
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You can add information by right clicking on an unused column in Explorer, you will get a popup menu with a lot of choices and even More.

It's not possible by Default to Change the columns by GPO.
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