Finder browsing the SYSVOL and NETLOGON folder
I wonder if someone can help me.
We've just installed the Xserve and a couple of iMacs.
The iMacs were bound to Open and Active Directories such that users can use their Windows logon account to get authenticated on the iMacs, all properly locked down just like on the PCs.
However in Simple Finder in OS X, there is a link to Network where users can browse the list of all PCs and Servers along with Shared Folders on them, as such the SYSVOL and NETLOGON folders are visible as shares on the DCs. This network link becomes visible when users open up the 'Storage Area' used for storing common files for users.
I just wondered if there's a way to hide such shares from users' view?
The SYSVOL and NETLOGON folders have got the default permissions on, which is Everyone - Modify, can this be altered without screwing up the DCs? Probably define the User group to have READ ONLY access?
Really confused about this, just hope someone will help out.