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    Group Policy - Deny users ability to create hidden folders

    Wonder if above is possible. Having spent most of this morning look at group policy I cannot find a way of stopping this. Some of our Pupils are creating hidden folder in their share area and trying to hide silly things in them. Now I can see them and delete but its a tedious task. I wonder if there is any way to stopping them having the ability to do this?

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    What about using a script that runs every so often and removes the hidden attributes on things in the share?

    Thinks it's something like ATTRIB -H sharepath

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