login script: net share - access denied on client computers :(

I have a SBS2003 domain and have users run a login script which includes:

net share c$ /delete

Standard users are unable to run this latter command because it seems they don't have the priviledge.

Any hints?

Thanks - Clifford
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
They don't - Administrative shares are there for administering the computer - and if you remove them, you loose a certain degree of management capability.

Normal users don't have rights to share or remove shares.  Besides that, the shares would be recreated each time the system restarts.
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:

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CliffordNgAuthor Commented:
I have Wi-fi strangers connecting and don't want them to access the $share drives. How can I control them?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Use passwords on your accounts on your computer.  And make sure they are complex.  Do you WILLINGLY have strangers connecting or would you prefer they didn't.  There are ways to make wireless relatively secure.
CliffordNgAuthor Commented:
yes, they have to, because we provide them with internet access and they logon through Wingate Proxy. If you know of ways to better, I will be most glad to hear more from you.
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