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How can I password protect a shared folder in win server 2003?

I have folders set up for students to save there work to on a win 2003 server.  How can i make the students have to use a password to access their shared folder?
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Nuno MartinsCommented:
Ok, you only need to define permissions on the folder.

Fo example  if click proprieties on the folder that you want to share you have a box that says permissions you only need to define what user can access your share.

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flashactionsAuthor Commented:
Yeah thats what I would do also.  But there are multiple students using the same account to access the server.  So I would want them to be able to choose their foler on the server and be prompted for a password,
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Nuno MartinsCommented:
ok,
Share a root folder and allow everyone to access, the specify security settings in each folder .

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Nuno MartinsCommented:
In the Folder Class1, share ang give permissions to everyone.
In the other folders go to the security tab and give permissions only to the user or users that you want to allow access.
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flashactionsAuthor Commented:
but they all log in using the same user name.
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