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MAPPED DRIVES: Invisible but Accesible... Possible?

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Anonymous
March 14, 2005 6:15:57 PM

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Hi all,

Have you experienced hiding mapped network drives?
I have a script running during logon that some of my network drives are
automatically mapped to the users.

Now, I'm planning to hide the mapped drives or should I say making the
mapped drives "invisible" in order for the users not to access it in "My
Computer" or "Windows Explorer" though I have set the access rights of each
user on my network...

Any comments?

Thanks in advance.


Dennis
Anonymous
March 14, 2005 6:15:58 PM

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