Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
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Posted on Sep 27, 2016
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Posted on Sep 02, 2016
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Posted on Aug 25, 2016
You can use a software to hide a drive, saying kakasoftFolder Protector. I've used it for a long time. Hope this will do any help.Here is the link about it, you can get more information here:http://www.kakasoft.com/folder-protect/
Posted on Oct 12, 2012
Go to run type gpedit.msc
and select Administrative Templates under User Configuration.->Windows Components->Windows Explorer->Hide These Specified Drives in my computer->Right Click->Properties->enabled and select drive which u want hide.
u can also hide with the help of computer managment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
For Windows XP:
Open the problematic folder, Press and hold SHIFT key, right-click in empty area and select "View -> Thumbnails". It'll toggle the file/folder names.
Actually its a feature to show/hide file names while in Thumbnails mode.
For Windows Vista and 7: Open the problematic folder, right-click in empty area and de-select "View -> Hide File names". If the option is not available, then press and hold SHIFT key, right-click in empty area and select "View -> Medium Icons".
For Windows Vista and 7:
Open the problematic folder, right-click in empty area and de-select "View -> Hide File names". If the option is not available, then press and hold SHIFT key, right-click in empty area and select "View -> Medium Icons".
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