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Win server 2003's drive c: is access to all client computer


Sir

I have a problem

My problem is a

I have a win server 2003

Server’s drive c is access all client computers but I need to my server's c drive is not access to all client computer

Please send your solution for me

Regarding

Gaurav pratap singh
System administrator
Agar



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Hi,

Kindly revert for further analysis - for the points below

1.as said above - have you shared c:\ for clients ?
2.Are you using Terminal server - without security policy ?
3.is Your client directing logging in the server ?

if not any of the above please explain - ur problems in point specification.

Regards,
Sushil
sushil.mudaliar@gmail.com
(mail me across in case of emergency)

Posted on May 28, 2008

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