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    Restrict changing Attributes(Home directory)

    Afternoon guys,

    OK ran into a problem here this morning that caught me of guard, some students documents needed moving over to a different folder, when I went into his documents i saw that the document was in green text (quick google showed this is because the student had encrypted the folder from right click -->properties--> advanced -->Encrpyt contents),

    Now I've had a google about and I can't seem to find anything useful although not sure if im looking in the right place, anyone know of a GPO, or a file permission that I can set on there home directory that will stop the students being able to change any of the attributes although mainly after restricting advanced attributes.

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    This technet article shows how you can use Group Policy to block access to encryption (or control it, should you wish to use it on some computers)

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    srochford - Thanks very much for this exactly what i was after Thanks again for your time



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