This is the second part, here is the link to the first part : Citrix XenApp – Hiding system drives part 1/2
If you read the first part, now you know how to apply the Microsoft Windows 2003/2008/R2 GPO to hide A,B,C or/and D drives. But what’s happening if you have a E: drive or O: ? You cannot use this GPO anymore, you need to create your own. This is simple to understand how it works, just read what’s follow.
By default the Hide Drives part in the system.adm file look like this :
POLICY !!NoDrives EXPLAIN !!NoDrives_Help PART !!NoDrivesDropdown DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT REQUIRED VALUENAME "NoDrives" ITEMLIST NAME !!ABOnly VALUE NUMERIC 3 NAME !!COnly VALUE NUMERIC 4 NAME !!DOnly VALUE NUMERIC 8 NAME !!ABConly VALUE NUMERIC 7 NAME !!ABCDOnly VALUE NUMERIC 15 NAME !!ALLDrives VALUE NUMERIC 67108863 ;low 26 bits on (1 bit per drive) NAME !!RestNoDrives VALUE NUMERIC 0 (Default) END ITEMLIST END PART END POLICY [strings] ABCDOnly="Restrict A, B, C and D drives only" ABConly="Restrict A, B and C drives only" ABOnly="Restrict A and B drives only" ALLDrives="Restrict all drives" COnly="Restrict C drive only" DOnly="Restrict D drive only" RestNoDrives="Do not restrict drives"