Stop domain users from creating folders on their local c drives.

Stop domain users from creating folders on their local c drives.
Daniel ForresterDirectorAsked:
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
Please check if the following policies meet you requirements.
this GPO will apply on the OU where desired PCs are populated

Go to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > and right click on File System
 
1. Add file, navigate to C:\Users, click OK. On the security tab, add domain users group and give write permissions click ok
keep the following two items with full control:
System
Administrator(domian\administrator)
 
2. On the Add object tab, choose "Propagate Inheritable Permissions... " ok

3. Add file again by right clicking on File System
select to C drive click ok, on the security tab add domain users and make keep those three checks as it is.

Further more you can hide system drives for users if you need
User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Explorer
Enable these two polices:
 Prevent access to drives from My Computer
 Hide these specified drives in My Computer

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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
Daniel ForresterDirectorAuthor Commented:
I've made these changes but it still allows me to create a folder on the c drive, any ideas?
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