Windows XP Share-Level Access?

Posted on 2006-04-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
I would like to share a folder on my windows xp computer to only a few members of my network without having to create user accounts for each person on my there any way to prompt for a password upon accessing the shared folder?  Or is there any other soution to this problem?

Thank you.
Question by:aesdtt
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi aesdtt,

    you can share it but you will then give access to all, create the user accounts its your quickest solution as you can then lock down with NTFS


    Author Comment

    man, i was hoping to avoid doing that, but i guess if there's no alternative...

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