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Preventing Using files on Local Drivers

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1) Prevent the users from saving the local files via Group Policy and if the user using Laptop Synchronize the changes to the shared storage when they log back to the domain after  whenever they joins the domain.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 1500 total points
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1. set a group policy that stops browsing to local folders
to User Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ Windows Components \ Windows Explorer. Then on the right side under Setting, double click on Prevent access to drives from My Computer.
use a wmi filter for laptop
Select * from Win32_PhysicalMemory WHERE (FormFactor = 12)

2. Offline files sync automatically
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