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Remove or Grey out Attributes on all folders for users


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#1 CyberSchoolTeacher

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Posted 10 June 2015 - 09:47 AM

Hello. I have around 15-20 computers that are not connected to a server and I have students that are getting things on the computers they shouldn't and then putting them in folders and hiding the folders. I know I can just go in and choose show hidden folders but I would like to just remove that option for them. I still want them to be able to create folders and use them as normal. I just want to remove their rights to hide folders (escpecially folders they create). Even if I had to remove this option for everyone, I am willing to do it.  I would prefer to do this somehow in the GPO but am willing to change the Registry. Any insight is appreciated. Thanks.



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Posted 13 June 2015 - 05:05 AM

Sorry, but I know nearly nothing about Group Policy.

 

You might want to post this in another forum (such as networking or software - maybe business applications or the Server OS's)

Title it with a reference to Group Policy in order to attract those who know about it.


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