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Old 12-19-2006, 04:38 PM   #1
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Default Make a networked drive "appear" local?!

Hi everyone, have a bit of a problem! Heres the situation:

*25 Employee's need to access a shared drive for resources (i.e "Shared (D)
*They need access to C: drive removed
*The shared drive needs to appear local, not "map networked drive".

Any ideas?!

Been confusing me LOTS, have changed a few registry values to no avail.

Really grateful if you could help!

Regards and happy christmas!
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Are you using group policys?
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Default Re: Make a networked drive "appear" local?!

http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/3112/hideciv7.jpg

Theirs a pic of how to hide C

I believe their is also a way to do it in the registry, but they may have cut support in XP for it.
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