• File/document sharing between virtual program and main PC

    Is there a way that i can share/use the same document/file (eg. word or excel document) from my main computer files in my virtual pc (I am running Windows XP in virtual computer)?

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  • Windows XP PC access problem in LAN

    I have 20 PC in Lan with Win XP.Some PC not Accessable from Network.Already share some folder with access permission on everyone.when i go to Run->\\192.168.X.XX so,access denied error shown. pls give me help regarding this.

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  • Issue related to shared resources

    I have one issue - In my office there are three scanners are working each scanner scanned couple of documents throughout a day. Scanned files are stored in a shared folder. I need to calculate how many scanned files each machine produced. Is there any counter software which gives me a net count of...

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  • Shared folder server activity

    What would be the best way to log data for files in a shared directory (and sub-directories) on a server? The type of information needed would be something like this: - File accessed - By whom the file was accessed - Date/Time opened - Date/Time closed (if possible) - Date/Time file saved...

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  • DFS management (distributed file system)

    I have set up a distrubuted file system for our company. I have tried out some thins, and they work fine, I only have one problem, and I don’t even know if it is possible, but I was hoping you could tell me I have a folder strucktur today that goes \\server\folder\folder2\folder3 and so on The...

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  • I can see share folder by going \\server\sharefolder but when I search the server I can’t see folder

    hi all, I need to find the location on a share folder on the server. When I look for the share I can find it by using the UNC \\server\sharefolder but when I do a search on the server I am unable to find it - Server 2000 SP4 -- Any ideas

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  • I have Windows server 2003, domain controller and i shared a folder for all in our local domain but now its difficult to trace who accessing that particular folder and copying unwanted files to that particular folder

    Hi, I have Windows server 2003, domain controller and i shared a folder for all in our local domain but now its difficult to trace who accessing that particular folder and copying unwanted files to that particular folder. I want to trace particular user can you help me to find the solution. Regards...

    Robiul5 pointsBadges:
  • shared folders visibility

    I am using MS Vista OS. I have a shared folder on my desktop. I want this folder to be visible to only a few computers on my network. Please tell me how to achieve this.

    Skmohdarif5 pointsBadges:
  • Share Permissions

    I am trying to configure a share do that the <Domain>\Everyone group has read access to enable using a file resident in the share, however I do not want anyone other than those authorised to be able to browse the shared folder and see any other content within the share. So to summarise:...

    Leeying20 pointsBadges:
  • Get/Set Share Permission of a Shared Folder (Not Security Permission)

    How to Get/Set Share Permissions of a Shared Folder? Am able to get the Security Permission through ACL, but am not able to ger Share Permission. Please give some code snippets in .Net....

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  • Mapping a drive

    Hello, Im helping a user create a shared folder on a server so i can map the drive from his system and enable him backup all his important documents and pst files on the server. I then want him to be the only person that will be able to log in, so i created an account for him with a password only...

    Jjjjjjjj95 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Shared Folder Permissions

    Hi, I have a question regarding sharing a folder across a network using Windows. What is the difference between the following: 1. Right click the directory Select Properties > Sharing tab > Permissions 2. Right click the directory Select Properties > Security tab I can set different...

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  • How can I share a folder in a Domain with AD for two users to be able to use?

    I have two users with their respective login credentials that are using the same computer at different hours of the day and need to be able to use the same files as they both have the same responsabilities. These are roamin profiles but I'm not sure how to set up a share so that they both can...

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  • in our company some users have encounter a problem in thier share folder , they can browse the data nor the shared printer they can’t print not unless

    in our company some users have encounter a problem in thier share folder , they can't browse the data and also the shared printer they can't print not unless they will restart the PC. so they can browse the share data and print to the shared printer. 2rd if they open the domain account its take...

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  • Windows Server 2003- Quota limit on shared folders

    Hi We have a Windows 2003 server with a shared HD and lots of shared folders, I want to put a quota on all the shared folders, I think the quota system only works for the entire drive or users counts. Do I need 3rd party software? Thanks Ken

    Kiwihk60 pointsBadges:
  • On windows 2000 client computers cannot access folder

    Please help me From my windows 2000 server, my client pcs are not able to access any shared folder. I tried going to start=Run and \\Server_IP and also with server name It saying permission is denied, i checked everything, suddenly this problem started earlier it was working fine. I am having raid...

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