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you are not sharing folders that contain some files that need to be shared as
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well as other files that don t. Sharing folders that contain more than the files you really need to share tends to make management more difficult for you.
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G Create folders that are used just for network sharing. Give the folders
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network-friendly names, and make sure subfolder names are easily understandable. This will help you manage the files that are shared more easily.
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Similar to sharing folders, to share a drive, simply right-click the drive, and then choose Sharing And Security. The difference is that the Sharing tab will warn you that sharing an entire drive is not recommended. To continue you ll have to click the link that reads If You Understand The Risk But Still Want To Share The Root Of The Drive, Click Here. You ll then see the familiar Sharing tab, where you select Share This Folder On The Network and give the drive a share name. But the advice to not share an entire drive should be taken seriously. If you decide to share your boot and system volume, other users on the network will have complete access to your drive and could render your machine inoperable by deleting important system files. But there might be times when sharing an entire drive makes sense. For example, suppose you have a home network with three computers, and only one computer has a Zip drive. If you want to store data on the Zip drive from all three computers, you could create a network share on the computer with the drive where users can store data, and then you could copy that data to the Zip drive. However, why not just share the Zip drive If you keep a disk inside the Zip drive for storing data, you can access the drive from any computer and copy data to the drive. The same concept is true with a writable (CD-R) or rewritable (CD-RW) drive. There are even times when you might want to share a fixed disk volume. Suppose you ve used Microsoft Windows Media Player to create a digital library of your entire CD collection. If you place that library on its own volume and share it, the entire music collection is available from any computer. This can save you from having to buy extra hard disk capacity for each machine because the music remains stored on only one computer. Always stop and think carefully before you share an entire hard disk drive. Under no circumstances should you give access to the Everyone group (as is done by Simple File Sharing), unless your computers are not connected to the Internet in any way, as doing so would leave the volume extremely vulnerable to Trojan horse programs and Internet worms. Even in home networks, files are accidentally deleted and problems arise. So when you share a drive, consider that you are giving everyone complete access to the drive. If you are not comfortable doing this, look for an alternative way to reach your network share goals.
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Sharing Applications
Some applications can be shared so that they can be accessed over the network by network users. However, before you begin sharing applications, there are some important items to consider:
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G Some programs will not work in a shared environment. Because of the way
the programs install on the local machine, they cannot be run remotely on the network.
G The licensing agreement accompanying some programs might not permit
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G Sharing applications over a network can consume a lot of network band 14
width and create excessive network traffic. Carefully consider your available bandwidth and the need for application sharing before doing so.
Using Remote Desktop as an Alternative to Sharing Applications You can run nearly any application remotely by running the computer on which it resides remotely, using Remote Desktop. Applications accessed by remotely running the computer on which they re installed will avoid the first two issues in the previous list incompatibility because of the way programs are installed on the remote computer and licensing restrictions. The third issue, network bandwidth, can still be an issue. Also, running software remotely in this fashion is not really a replacement for application sharing among multiples users, because a computer that is providing remote services can t be used by another user at the same time. See Exploring Remote Desktop, page 473, for more information about Remote Desktop.
If you decide to share an application, locate the application s folder (typically a folder within %SystemRoot%\Program Files) and share the entire application folder. You might have to assign users the Full Control permission to the application s folder for them to be able to launch the application and use it. If you don t want to grant users the Full Control permission, you can experiment with more restrictive permissions to find the minimum level of permissions that allows the application to run correctly.
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