I recently found a way to access a local drive that is supposed to be hidden using group policy. I configured the policy to block the c: drive which works great - the drive is not listed in any program or my computer.
The issue is this. If I open Notepad, Word, or most any application and choose save as, a dialogue box appears (that does not show the c: drive) and if I type c: in the save box it will give me access to the c: drive.
Any ideas on how to block this? Also, in group policy I do not see a setting to block the d: drive. There are combinations that I can configure, but there is not one that allows me to block the c: and d: drive.
Thanks for the help,
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