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How do you do....it? Thread, stop .exe from home folders in Technical; can anyone help with this issue i want to be able to create a drive that when the user clicks ...
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    can anyone help with this issue i want to be able to create a drive that when the user clicks on my computer they can see there username which is actually there my documents this is so i can put restrictions on that drive to stop .exes being played. At the moment when a student logs in to get to their my documents they just double click on my documents and this is mapped using GPO to \\server\Studnets\Year\%username%\My Documents.

    I want to be able that when a student logs in they can also see there my documents on a Drive letter which i can then put restrictions on is this possible with the current setup that i am already running?

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    has anyone got any ideas on how i could fix this little issue?

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