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Our server is running windows NT, and one of the computers on the network which is using Xp pro has a mapped drive to it. It is possible to password protect this drive?
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If your drive is formatted with NTFS:
Right-click on drive or Share - Properties - Security
{Uses NTFS Permisions - BEST WAY}

If you drice is FAT:
Right-click on drive or Share - Properties - Sharing - Permissions
{Assigns permissions to the share}
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