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    Remove "Add a network location" in group policy?

    Hi,

    When a student right clicks in "Computer" they are given an option to "Add a network location". Does anyone know what group policy will remove this please?

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    I wouldn't see this as a big problem as they would only be able to add locations they can access already like their home folder or any shared resources. If you have mandatory profiles as well any of these folders will disappear on next log on anyway.

    Do you have a problem with them getting things that they shouldn't

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