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You certainly have shared a folder using Windows Explorer by right-clicking a folder, choosing Sharing And Security, and selecting Share This Folder. However, the familiar Sharing tab of a folder s properties dialog box in Windows Explorer is available only when you configure a share while logged on to a computer interactively or through terminal services. You cannot share a folder on a remote system using Windows Explorer. Therefore, you will examine the creation, properties, configuration, and management of a shared folder using the Shared Folders snap-in, which can be used on both local and remote systems.
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When you open the Shared Folders snap-in, either as a custom MMC snap-in or as part of the Computer Management or File Server Management consoles, you will immediately notice that Windows Server 2003 has several default administrative shares already configured. These shares provide connection to the system directory (typically, C:\Windows) as well as to the root of each fixed hard disk drive. Each of these shares uses the dollar sign ($) in the share name. The dollar sign at the end of a share name configures the share as a hidden share that will not appear on browse lists but that you may connect to with a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) in the form \\servername \sharename$.
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A system s Administrators, Server Operators, and Backup Operators groups can connect to the administrative shares.
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To share a folder on a computer, connect to the computer using the Shared Folders snap-in by right-clicking the root Shared Folders node and choosing Connect To Another Computer. Once the snap-in is focused on the computer, click the Shares node and, from the shortcut or Action menu, choose New Share.
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You must be a member of the system s Administrators group or Power Users group to create a shared folder.
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The important pages and settings exposed by the wizard are
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The Folder Path page Type the path to the folder on the local hard drives so, for example, if the folder is located on the server s D drive, the folder path would be D:\foldername. The Name, Description, and Settings page Type the share name. If your network has any down-level clients (those using DOS-based systems), be sure to adhere to the 8.3 naming convention to ensure their access to the shares. The share name will, with the server name, create the UNC to the resource in the form \\servername\sharename. Add a dollar sign ($) to the end of the share name to make the share a hidden share. Unlike the built-in hidden administrative shares, hidden shares that are created manually can be connected to by any user, restricted only by the share permissions on the folder. The Permissions page Select the appropriate share permissions.
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Lesson 1
Setting Up Shared Folders
Managing a Shared Folder
The Shares node in the Shared Folders snap-in lists all shares on a computer and provides a context menu for each share that enables you to stop sharing the folder, open the share in Windows Explorer, or configure the share s properties. All the properties that you are prompted to fill out by the Share A Folder Wizard can be modified in the share s Properties dialog box, illustrated in Figure 6-1.
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Figure 6-1
The General tab of a shared folder
The Properties tabs in the dialog box are
General The first tab provides access to the share name, folder path, description, the number of concurrent user connections, and offline files settings. The share name and folder path are read-only. To rename a share, you must first stop sharing the folder and then create a share with the new name and share permissions. Publish If you select the Publish This Share In Active Directory check box (as shown in Figure 6-2), an object is created in Active Directory to represent the shared folder.
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