Windows 7 Removing/Hiding Libraries from Explorer
Hi, we have a Windows Server 2008 R2 FRD and Windows 7 Clients. One of the noticeable problems with Windows 7 on a domain is the annoying library options which show on the left hand side of an explorer window. It causes chaos for users as they are able to save work in local libraries rather than their shared network drives.
I made the necessary changes via Group Policy to get shot of the libraries. - See below..
When a system which has the policy applied, is logged in, this is what they see in their explorer window....
Perfect! But, the head is not happy with the way she now has to browse her folders.
The management team would rather they are able to browse at least their my documents (network share N:\) from the old fashioned windows xp'ish tree view which would also be in the same area on the left as the now blank libraries area.
Is there a way to add this just for their N:\ drive?
Any info/help would be really great :D