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disable mapped network drive history in Windows NT/XP/2k/2k3

disable mapped network drive history in Windows NT/XP/2k/2k3

disable mapped network drive history in Windows NT/XP/2k/2k3

(OP)
Dear sir

When the client (win xp/nt/2k) browse or map network drive.
the os will automatically store the mapped network drive.
when uesr restart the computer, the os also remember the the mapped network drive.
i want to ask...
whether i can disable the "remember the mapped network drive" function by edit registry or group policy instead of using script/batch to delete mapped drive.

Eddy

RE: disable mapped network drive history in Windows NT/XP/2k/2k3

yes,that's surellly!

RE: disable mapped network drive history in Windows NT/XP/2k/2k3

(OP)
dear xiweihaofang

May you teach me how to diable the mapped network drive remember feature by editing registry or Group policy?

Thank you

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