Block write mode on disk drive for users in a GPO policy

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SantiagoB

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I want to know if there is a policy to prevent users of a domain or group of an active directory, add files on the hard drives of the computer to which they access by remote desktop, there is a way to hide the disks but in my case I want to only be able to view the files contained on these disks but without being able to add more than what already exist.
 

SantiagoB

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you can accomplish this by modifying the folder's permissions.
look I give you an example, from the Windows server I would like to apply this policy, so when accessing by RDP to any machine that is in that domain, regardless of the number of hard disks you have should not have write permissions, do you know of an example of which I can guide me?
 
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