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Figure 9-2 Select a user or a group to which to assign permissions.
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5. Click OK. 6. In the Permissions dialog box for the shared folder, click the user account or group, and then, under Permissions, select the Allow check box or the Deny check box for the appropriate permissions for the user account or group.
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You might want to grant different permissions on a shared folder. You can create multiple share names for the same folder and assign each a different set of permissions. To share a folder with multiple share names, open the folder s Properties dialog box and then click New Share. In the New Share dialog box (shown in Figure 9-3), you assign a new share name, limit the number of connections to the share, and click Permissions to grant the permissions for the shared folder.
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How to Modify a Shared Folder
For existing shared folders, you can stop sharing the folder, modify the share name, and modify shared folder permissions. To modify a shared folder, complete the following steps: 1. In the Properties dialog box of the shared folder, click the Sharing tab. 2. To complete the appropriate task, use the steps in Table 9-3.
Table 9-3
Steps to Modify a Shared Folder
Do This Click Do Not Share This Folder. Click Do Not Share This Folder to stop sharing the folder, and click Apply. Then click Share This Folder, and type the new share name in the Share Name text box. Click Permissions. In the Permissions dialog box, click Add to add a user account or group so that you can specify permissions for a specific user or group, or click Remove to remove a user account or group. In the Select Users, Computers, Or Groups dialog box, click the user account or the group whose permissions you want to modify, and then select Allow or Deny for the appropriate permissions.
To Stop sharing a folder Modify the share name
Modify shared folder permissions
Caution If you stop sharing a folder while a user has a file open, the user might lose data. If you click Do Not Share This Folder and a user has an open connection to the shared folder, Windows XP Professional displays a dialog box notifying you of that fact.
How to Connect to a Shared Folder
You can access a shared folder on another computer by using My Network Places, the Add Network Place Wizard, or the Run command. To connect to a shared folder using My Network Places, complete the following steps:
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1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Note When you first use My Network Places, Windows XP Professional adds it to your Start menu. If My Network Places is listed on your Start menu, click it and proceed to step 4.
2. In the Control Panel window, click Network And Internet Connections. 3. In the Network And Internet Connections window, under See Also, click My Network Places. 4. Double-click the share you want to access.
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If the share you want to connect to is listed, when you double-click it, you are connected. If the share that you want to connect to is not listed, go to step 5.
5. If the share you want to connect to is not listed, click Add A Network Place. The Welcome To The Add Network Place Wizard page is displayed. 6. Click Next. 7. On the Where Do You Want To Create This Network Place page, select Choose Another Network Location, and then click Next. 8. On the What Is The Address Of This Network Place page, shown in Figure 9-4, you can type a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path to the folder (for example, \\computer_name\sharedfolder_name) and click Next.
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Figure 9-4 Type the UNC for the share that you want to access.
You can also use the Other Locations On Your Network page to make a network connection shortcut to a Web share (http://Webserver/share) or a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site (ftp://ftp.microsoft.com).
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9. On the What Do You Want To Name This Place page, type a friendly name for this page and then click Next. 10. In the Completing The Add Network Place Wizard, click Finish. To connect to a shared folder using the Run command, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start, click Run, type \\computer_name in the Open text box, and then click OK. Windows XP Professional displays shared folders for the computer. 2. Double-click the shared folder to which you want to connect.
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