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M: drive? - 22.Feb.2004 9:49:00 AM   
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I have a client using Terminal server on the same server as Exchange. They want it to be secure, but I've noticed that the M: drive is showing up. Now thats not a big deal if it were secure. BUT, I can open anything I want in the public folders.

Is there a way to not display the M: drive on the server? If not, is there a way to put a little more security on the public folders on the M: drive?

I'm unable to delete files in the public folders, I am able to creat and look at files in the public folders on the M: drive.

I have restricted access to the public folders in exchange, but that does nothing for the directory on the M: drive.

Any help would be great.

Thanks,

Tom
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RE: M: drive? - 24.Feb.2004 7:29:00 AM   
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I guess no one knows [Frown]

Oh Well...

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RE: M: drive? - 24.Feb.2004 6:01:00 PM   
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You can restrict access to local drives using either group policy settings or by following procedures in this article http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;305145.

// Johan

[EDIT] Oh, yeah, forgot to mention this: Never, ever, ever mess with the M: drive in Windows Explorer! It's the easiest way to break your Exchange machine. Removing the M: drive is the best option.

[ February 24, 2004, 06:06 PM: Message edited by: Johan Sandqvist ]

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RE: M: drive? - 25.Feb.2004 4:15:00 AM   
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Thank you very much Johan. I will try this out.

Tom

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