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To share a folder, you have only to open Server Management and select Shares (Local) in the console tree, and then complete the following steps: 1. Click Add A Shared Folder to launch the Share a Folder Wizard. 2. On the Folder Path page, type in the path to the folder you want to share. Better yet, click Browse and navigate to the folder, as shown in Figure 10-1.
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Specifying a folder to be shared.
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You can create a new folder to share in this process. Just click Browse, navigate to the location for the new folder, and click Make New Folder.
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3. On the Name, Description, And Settings page, you can change the default settings for the share. For example, if the original name of the folder isn t helpful, type in a more comprehensible Share Name that will appear to users as the name of the folder. You can also add a description (always useful) and change the settings for offline use. (See Setting Offline File Rules later in this chapter for more information.) 4. On the Permissions page, you can select one of the three preconfigured settings or click the option to Use Custom Share And Folder Permissions and click Customize. (See Working with NTFS File and Folder Permissions later in this chapter for details about setting permissions.) 5. The final page of the wizard shows the details of the share and includes an option to run the wizard again to share another folder.
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Shares, Permissions, and Group Policy
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Removing a Share
To turn a shared folder into an unshared one, open Server Management and select Shares (Local) and find the folder in the details pane. Right-click the folder and select Stop Sharing from the shortcut menu.
Moving or Renaming a Shared Folder
After a folder has been shared, if you move or rename it, it loses its shared status. You need to run the Share a Folder Wizard to make the folder shared again.
Under the Hood Using Special Shares In addition to shares created by a user or administrator, the system creates a number of special shares that shouldn t be modified or deleted. The special share you re most likely to see is the ADMIN$ share, which appears as C$, D$, E$, and so on. These shares allow administrators to connect to drives that are otherwise not shared. Special shares exist as part of the operating system s installation. Depending on the computer s configuration, some or all of the following special shares could be present. (None of them should be modified or deleted.)
ADMIN$ Used during the remote administration of a computer.
The path is always the location of the folder in which Windows was installed (that is, the system root).
driveletter$ The root folder of the named drive. Only Administrators, Backup Operators, and Server Operators can connect to these shares on Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server. On Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Windows 2000 Professional computers, only Administrators and Backup Operators can connect to these shares.
IPC$ Used during remote administration and when viewing
shared resources. This share is essential to communication and can t be deleted.
NETLOGON, SYSVOL Essential to all domain controllers. Do
not remove.
FsxSrvCp$ A shared folder used by fax clients while sending a fax.
The folder is used to store shared cover pages and to cache files.
Resources$ Contains Event Log files. PRINT$ A resource that supports shared printers.
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To connect to an unshared drive on another computer, you need to be logged on using an account with the necessary rights. Use the address bar in any window and type the address using this syntax: \\computer_name\[driveletter]$ To connect to the system root folder (the folder in which Windows Small Business Server is installed) on another computer, use this syntax: \\computer_name\admin$ Other special shares such as IPC$ and PRINT$ are created and used solely by the system. NETLOGON is a special share used while processing domain logon requests. NETLOGON is on Windows Small Business Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, and Windows NT servers. Adding a $ character to the end of a share name hides the share from all users. To access a hidden share, you need to specify it explicitly; you can t browse the network for the share.
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