Stopping Access Using C$ On A Network

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
How do I stop users accessing machines by browsing then using C$ when viewed in Network Places?
Question by:rabelle
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    Greetings rabelle,
    Here is the answer:

    But please note that doing so will prevent the machine from getting updates, and antivirus updates specially if you have a SAVCE

    Good Luck!


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    Hi Naser. That's great - thanks very much!

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