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  • Why won’t my XP client allow any accounts to access shared folders?

    I have a small Windows 2000 domain and am in the process of defining Active Directory. I have folders shared using the old fashioned Winnt Sharing, but my XP Professional client will not connect to those shares. At first it would allow administrator credentials to connect. Even though the...

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  • Can I stop users from moving folders around within a shared folder?

    In Windows 2000 and 2003, you can use the cacls command-line utility. You can also use the Advanced Permissions section of the permissions GUI to differentiate between permissions set on "files contained within a folder" and the folders themselves.

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  • Defining quotas on shared folders

    I have been playing around with the disk quota management for my users' home folder on the file server, and it's working fine.

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  • Prevent users from deleting files in shared folders

    Jonathan Hassell explains one of the functions of using Advanced Permissions.

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