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    I don't discourage my users from poking and prodding. Granted I'm not in a school environment at the moment. But still, aren't they there to learn? OTOH if you don't like the way Windows UI handles the situation, maybe you should suggest a better way to handle it to Microsoft?

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    I think they have found a way. No network browsing buttons in the Metro UI. No useful buttons at all really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafleur1977 View Post
    I don't think hiding network from the start menu and adding in small custom adm template to hide network from windows explorer is complex. Our network share permissions are set correctly too but users, and particularly students, mess about alot so for me it is important to hide as well as prevent access.
    I completely agree

    Andrew

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    try using win bubble tweaking tool>> been using it this wil solve your problem>> their is an option there where network propeties access will be block and but still network icon visible in your taskbar..

    hope this help,,

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