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HOW TO hide my network share?

Posted on 2004-04-06
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Could anyone reminfd me how to hied my shared files? I would like to make them avilable only, after typing the source patch and non-visible for network users.
I remeber that I done such a thong once, but I don't konw how:(
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When sharing the folder, simply add a "$" at the end of the share name.
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by:Pete Long
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Hi boogie5,
oBdA is correct not thats the SHARE name NOT the file name :)

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by:vvk
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To do this you'll need to remove list folder permission from everyone (if this user is in access list) add built-in user group NETWORK to access list and do not assign list folder permission to them.
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