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    Using Group policy to remove Library Location.

    Hi All,

    I want to remove this button...

    this.png

    Any idea how I could achieve this?

    Thanks,

    Viktor.

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    You can't via GPO, but you may be able to by modifying the registry. Please be warned however that modifying/removing libraries in Win 7 can be problematic.

    If you've mapped or specified a user home directory (H:\ for example), this will become the default and not locally on C:\

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