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Posted on 2006-07-13
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I would like for users to be able to UNC to a stand alone 2003 server.  How can I give them rights to only do so?
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you will need to share the desired folders, then unc to \\IPaddress\Share   or add a dns host record for the server and unc to the name

depending on the amount of control you want to give is how you set your access rules - use NTFS permissions to control
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