Place documents and folders in Dock

Path

User Configuration > Policies > Centrify Settings > Mac OS X Settings > Dock Settings > Place documents and folders in Dock

Description

List the documents or folders to include in the Dock. After you enable this policy, click Add to enter the path to the folder or document you want to include in the Dock. Then click OK. You can specify additional folders or documents by clicking Add again. For example, to add the Users folder and the Copyright.txt document to the Dock, type the paths to each:

/Users

Click OK, then click Add and type:

/Documents/Copyright.txt

The icons for the items you specify are placed to the left or above the separator line in the Dock. Items are sorted in the order you enter them up to 10 items. If you specify more than 10 items the order may be random. If the path to an item is incorrect, a question mark (?) is displayed in the Dock.

Note:   You may not specify the path to a network share; for example, smb://serverName. Network share paths are implemented as aliases, which work differently than folder and document paths. If you specify a network share, a question mark (?) is displayed in the Dock.

Once enabled, this group policy takes effect when users log out and log back in.