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Restrict local directory access


I have already used the search feature but could not find a post with the similar problem, so I create this new post.

I plan to provide WinSCP on a Terminal Server. But Ineed to make sure, that our users aren't able to see the local drives from the Terminal Server itself.
I have to look now for a possibility to ristrict them. Within the local .ini file I couldn't find a parameter which solved this issue. Best would be, that I can set up manually the default local drive (would be a mapped network drive) and hide all others.

Is that possible within WinSCP or do we need to manage that with some Windows Policies which we have to apply to the user?

Looking forward to your experienced feedback.