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Maximum number of recent documents 'This policy setting allows you to set the maximum number of shortcuts the system can display in the Recent Items menu on the Start menu. The Recent Items menu contains shortcuts to the nonprogram files the user has most recently opened. If you enable this policy setting, the system displays the number of shortcuts specified by the policy setting. If yo ...

Items displayed in Places Bar Configures the list of items displayed in the Places Bar in the Windows File/Open dialog. If enable this setting you can specify from 1 to 5 items to be displayed in the Places Bar. The valid items you may display in the Places Bar are: 1) Shortcuts to a local folders -- (ex. C:\Windows) 2) Shortcuts to remote folders -- (\\server\share) 3) FTP folders ...

Maximum number of recent documents 'This policy setting allows you to set the maximum number of shortcuts the system can display in the Recent Items menu on the Start menu. The Recent Items menu contains shortcuts to the nonprogram files the user has most recently opened. If you enable this policy setting, the system displays the number of shortcuts specified by the policy setting. If yo ...

Items displayed in Places Bar Configures the list of items displayed in the Places Bar in the Windows File/Open dialog. If enable this setting you can specify from 1 to 5 items to be displayed in the Places Bar. The valid items you may display in the Places Bar are: 1) Shortcuts to a local folders -- (ex. C:\Windows) 2) Shortcuts to remote folders -- (\\server\share) 3) FTP folders ...

Clear history of recently opened documents on exit Clear history of recently opened documents on exit. If you enable this setting, the system deletes shortcuts to recently used document files when the user logs off. As a result, the Recent Items menu on the Start menu is always empty when the user logs on. In addition, recently and frequently used items in the Jump Lists off of programs in the ...

Turn off personalized menus Disables personalized menus. Windows personalizes long menus by moving recently used items to the top of the menu and hiding items that have not been used recently. Users can display the hidden items by clicking an arrow to extend the menu. If you enable this setting, the system does not personalize menus. All menu items appear and remain in standard order. Also, ...

Do not keep history of recently opened documents Prevents the operating system and installed programs from creating and displaying shortcuts to recently opened documents. If you enable this setting, the system and Windows programs do not create shortcuts to documents opened while the setting is in effect. Also, they retain but do not display existing document shortcuts. The system empties the ...

Remove Recent Items menu from Start Menu Removes the Recent Items menu from the Start menu. Removes the Documents menu from the classic Start menu. The Recent Items menu contains links to the non-program files that users have most recently opened. It appears so that users can easily reopen their documents. If you enable this setting, the system saves document shortcuts but does not display ...

Hide the dropdown list of recent files Removes the list of most recently used files from the Open dialog box. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the 'File name' field includes a drop-down list of recently used files. If you enable this setting, the 'File name' field is a simple text box. Users must browse directories to find a file or type a file name in the text box. This ...

Do not add shares of recently opened documents to Network Locations Remote shared folders are not added to Network Locations whenever you open a document in the shared folder. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, when you open a document in a remote shared folder, the system adds a connection to the shared folder to Network Locations. If you enable this setting, shared folder ...


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