Prevent users from browsing C:

Morten January 29, 2009 at 14:56:27
Specs: Win2003
Hi We are running Windows 2003 Server where all the students are accessing using Terminal Server.
We are using group policy to lockdown and prevent users from accessing C: (we thought)

If the student open Windows Explorer and write "C:\" They will not get access.

But

If the student use the build in function in windows - Right click-Create link, and type "C:\", then they can click on the link and they can access the C: drive and browse through several folders.

Does anyone know how to prevent students to create this shortcut as this is the only way I see they can access browsing of the drive?

Kind Regards
Morten


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#1
January 29, 2009 at 15:42:24
:O so this is where school tech support goes to T.T


What do you mean by the build in function? When i right click, there is no create link option.


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#2
January 29, 2009 at 15:48:54
Well if you are afraid of getting the school computers screwed up, my school district installed a software known as Deepfreeze and it's basically a very sophisticated version of system restore that occurs whenever the computer is shut down.


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