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I have a domain base 2003r2 DFS with 3 shares on box1; Maths, Geography and History.
When I create a namespace called Education and enter the folders as targets everything works like a dream but if I browse to box 1 I also have a new share called Education which I dont want people to see this as its confuses them (inside education are the same 3 folders maths,geog & his).

How can I remove the share called Education from site?

Many thanks
Andy
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How does the Accepted Solution answer the question? The solution should be to make the share a hidden share. ie add a $ to the end of the share name, so share is education$.
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