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    Remote App question

    I've got my remote apps running through our HAP+ installation now, they all seem to be good. I just have 1 little problem. When a user loads up Word, or any other app, and they click on open to open a document they can only see the servers local drives, so c and d. They can't get to their user area.

    Is there a way of hiding the c and d drive on the server and showing the users home area?

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    This is probably to do with remoteApp policies. RemoteApp just starts a user session on an RDP server then pipes those app windows through. To hide the drives you'll want to apply a policy to the TS users that hides the drives, you may need to use loopback policies or something if this is not applied to your users usually.

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    Thanks for that, that's the 2 drives hidden from view. Where do I enable the client's c drive to be mapped to their session, I think I turned it off by mistake and can't remember where to re-enable it.

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    Under terminal services configuration in the TS manager I think, local storage redirection, its in the same place as printer/audio/usb redirection. There may be GPOs to configure it too but I have usually done it manually as we only have one per site.

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    Is that on 2003? I can't see terminal services configuration on 2008 r2 (should have mentioned i was running that earlier)

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    My bad, I don't mess with the TS stuff much, more set and forget here. I just looked and found it in 2008 R1

    TS RemoteApp Manager > Terminal Server Setting (from actions sidebar) > Common RDP Settings (Tab) > Drives

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