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Win Server 2003 data sharing to only a specific subnet/ip (possible?)

I am successfully sharing with Windows Server 2003 RC2 to share data to Unix (via NFS) and other Windows machines.  My problem is I would like to regulate this so I will only share certain folders to both a specific subnet, and to a specific ip address.  Is this possible?  I'm assuming it would be under the Sharing & Security right-click option of a folder and under the security tab.  When I go to add a user or group name, I can not add a specific subnet or ip, only larger scale items such as Network (All).  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  
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jongiacalone
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Naser GabajCommented:
Greetings jongiacalone,
I believe this can help:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324066/EN-US/

Good Luck!

Naser
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SilentezCommented:
You can't control access to folders by IP. In such situation you can use specific users to control access to folders and built-in firewall to control access to whole server.
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norganCommented:
you can use ipfiltering but this will limit asscess on a whole, not folder level.
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jongiacaloneAuthor Commented:
"you can use specific users to control access to folders"

Can anyone explain this further, step by step?  

"you can use ipfiltering but this will limit asscess on a whole, not folder level"

Can anyone explain this further, step by step?  
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SilentezCommented:
1. Create new user.
2. Give him permissions to open specific shared folder
3. Use this user when you need access to specific shared folder
4. Enjoy :)
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