Watermarking a windows 2003 shared folder

Posted on 2006-05-01
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Wondering if there was a way to watermark a shared folder in win2003? When a user opens that shared folder he would see "confidential" as the folder backround.

Question by:matt-helm
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You could display an explorer background, but you couldn't do it on a per share basis, only on certain computers.  Probably not what you are looking for, but I do not know of a way to change the background based on which folder, only the entire explorer.exe.

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That article is for Toolbar backgrounds.

This can be done using a small utility. See this article:



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Exactly what  I needed. Thanks!

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