Why my C drive is shared over RDP session?

Whenever I login to another windows host via RDP then I can see access my entire C:\ drive from that host where it is listed in share. How can I change this behaviour? Thanks!
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Open the Remote Desktop Connection Program Click on "Show Options" in the bottom left, then the local resources tab and the "More" button under local devices and resources (relevant areas highlighted below).  Uncheck your C: drive (Local Disk)
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Above steps are correct. But I think you may have asked this question because of privacy worries. No need for that, the share was ALWAYS personal (only shared in YOUR RDP session), there was never a information leak issue.
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Windows Server 2008

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