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MS Office

By dttdinh ·
In Windows 2000 environment,I have some applications to block users from accessing my network (ex: block Start, My Computer, My Network Places...), but when users are using Microsoft Word, for example, they browse through C, D drives, network computer even though my software set A drive only, but not working in MS Office. Is there any way to let users access A drive only in MS Office ? Thanks.

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by will In reply to MS Office

You cannot hide the servers/network drive letters in the office dialogs, but you can deny access via the Access Control Lists to the shares.

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