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    Hi,

    Thanks for comming back on this guys, we do want to keep the user folder name so we can identify the student but leaving the folders link start show the username or display name rather but it also makes it a link i.e. when clicked it opens the user's folder. We want to show the name but just not being able to open it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Hi

    I know you guys havd a script but wouldn't this achieve one of the points.

    Prevent users from adding files to the root of their Users Files folder.
    Remove user name from Start Menu
    Remove user's folders from the Start Menu

    Sukh
    There's also this to hide the personal folder from the start menu:-

    Windows - Remove Username Personal Folder From the Start Menu

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