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Nessus scan "The remote host has an accessible LOGS$ share"

I got this on my Nessus report from this month..
Can someone tell me how to kill this off?

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tbearden

8/22/2022 - Mon
fm250

You have a hiden   share called: LOGS$
go to computer management (from the control panel > administrative tools) > then go shared folders and locate your open folder and see what are the share and secrurity permissions.

this could be set however by a program or another administrator.

hope this helps!
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jvilla1983

Well.. Its being shared by a Solaris system rather than a windows system. I"m looking through my Samba configuration and I"m seeing nothing about sharing anything under the LOGS$ directory.
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