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Please help. uniqs1953 Share « [IE6.x] Cannot access Internet Options? • R2's Context Menu Tweaks » winterforgePremium Memberjoin:2000-07-23Seattle, WA winterforge Premium Member 2003-Feb-25 6:10 am [XP] Stop Sharing C:\ Drive on XP?I was Warning: Don't deny file access to all users or a group you are member of - otherwise you would also loose read/write access to that file because deny ACL entries have daniJul 27, 2005, 12:15 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin (More info?)system restore to both machines, keep the dialog boxes and folders to both machines up if possible or at least some my review here

One folder is accessable by others, but you need not put anything in it. Prior to installing SP2 I was > > able to share folders and access the folders by specifying the machine\share > > name. This shared folder caches files and accesses cover pages that are stored on a file server.The IPC$ share is used with temporary connections between clients and servers by using named pipes Click Network 2.

Click to expand Shared Folders, right-click Shares, and then click New File Share. 3. Drilling through brick [HomeImprovement] by jbob342. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Internet, Networking, and Security Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community Announcements Overclockers.com Article Now I get an access denied (even though permissions is set to allow > everyone full control) .

Malwarebytes 3.0 has gone to crap now what? [Security] by KoRnGtL15© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode current community chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up Also I am on the NTFS file system and you may be FAT32, not sure if that matters. Choose Sharing and Security from the shortcut menu. Click OK to stop sharing the folder.

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A multiplication algorithm by Paul ErdÅ‘s: how does it work? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. You need to make a manual connection before any application can access it on their own. Uncheck 'Share this folder.' I did all of the things on this page, and nothing helped - but this did the trick - good luck!" Reports: · Posted 4 years ago

it wasn't on by default. For example, drive letters C and D are shared as C$ and D$.The system root folder (%SYSTEMROOT%) is shared as ADMIN$. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. I simply chose "L" and set each machine to recognize it.

Not mysterious at all. this page How can I share the whole folder, except that one file, in Windows XP? It is primarily used for remote administration of network servers.The PRINT$ share is used for the remote administration of printers.Hidden administrative shares that are created by the system (such as ADMIN$ Charles Rossiter06-13-2005, 10:09 AMMauro23, You may be running into the limit of the number of WinXP Home PCs that can exist on a peer-to-peer network.

I'm sure it has to do with the new security > features included with SP2, I just can't figure out how to get it back > without uninstalling the SP. Be sure that File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Network is UNCHECKED. Get the answer AnonymousJul 27, 2005, 1:33 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin (More info?)Unshare the folder(s)....then share them again...dont modify the default permissions-- "Talk Nerdy to Me""Phill" wrote:> I have turned http://midsolutions.org/xp-home/xp-home-won-t-boot-with-4-gigs-ram-mobo-issue.html o "Simple File Sharing" checkbox in SP2?

Hibernation (instead of shutting down a machine) is a good option for a workaround (if hibernation actually works... In the opened dialog select the security tab and press the Edit button. –Robert Jul 19 '12 at 8:56 I don't see any security tab in Windows XP –Inkbug The user will be able to see the file-name in the share but it is impossible to read or change the file content.

I wasn't aware of a limit, and certainly not one as low as we have !

Setting up a folder to share is a simple process and unsharing it is even easier. Thanks. Therefore if you want to prevent a specific user from accessing a file you can change the ACL of that file and deny all access to that file for that user. Prior to installing SP2 I was > able to share folders and access the folders by specifying the machine\share > name.

To make the share accessible to administrators only, click to select Administrators have full control; other users have no access, and then click Finish. 6. If someone else on the network is using the shared folder as you unshare it, you see a warning dialog box. Thanks. useful reference All rights reserved.

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Please help. Guess what? Far more stable, faster and easier to setup. Then again, if the other user is doing so without permission, the file has already been damaged.

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I would like to know because i had never ran it to this problem and i have two XP Pro computers · actions · 2003-Feb-25 5:37 pm · winterforgePremium Memberjoin:2000-07-23Seattle, WA

share|improve this answer answered Jul 19 '12 at 7:48 Diamond 35313 I want the file to be totally inaccessible. –Inkbug Jul 19 '12 at 7:49 1 It might Running XP Pro also, incase you need to know.Not a problem, just wonder why mine looks different.[text was edited by author 2003-02-26 00:42:43] · actions · 2003-Feb-26 12:39 am · winterforgePremium Related Resources File Sharing XP Pro SP2 Problem: Sharing fax on Server 2003 - XP SP2 Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) problem with XP SP2 (sim..