User Configuration > Policies > Centrify Settings > Mac OS X Settings > Finder Settings
Use the User Configuration> Policies > Centrify Settings > Mac OS X Settings > Finder Settings group policies to configure Finder commands, preferences and views.
The Configure Finder commands (Deprecated) policy allows you to control which commands are available in the Apple menu and Finder menus for users.
The Configure Finder preferences (Deprecated) policy enables you to specify the type of Finder for the user environment. After enabling the policy, you can choose one of two types from the drop-down list:
- Normal Finder applies the standard Mac desktop. This is the default value, and is the environment that all users will have if the policy is not enabled.
- Simple Finder restricts users to applications that are in the Dock.
When Simple Finder is enabled, users cannot open applications, open, modify, or delete documents, or create folders in the Finder. They also cannot mount network drives. They can only use items that are in the Dock. Use the Dock Settings policies to configure the Dock; for example, enable Place applications in Dock and Place documents and folders in Dock to control the applications and folders that users can access.
The Configure Finder preferences (Deprecated) policy enables you to control the arrangement and appearance of items on the user’s desktop, in Finder windows, and in the top-level folder of the computer.
The Finder Settings policies are as follows: