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    Exclamation Group Policy to hide Mapped drive UNC Path and Disk Size

    Hi All,

    I need to hide the space available on the Shared drive and only show the quote limit 2GB as students think they have TB's of free space. With this I also want to hide the UNC path to there Home drives so they don't get to see the server name etc.

    Any suggestions.

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    You can use GPP to map drives and from there you can provide a name for the Drive which will just appear as "Shared Drive (S: )" name rather than \\server1\shared drive. Not sure about about the disk size thing except are you using a soft quota rather than hard?

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