Stopping a remote access user from accessing the C drive of a server 2003

Posted on 2009-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I need customers to be able to get 300MB files without using email.   I set up remote access and used an outside ip to NAT to a local ip.  I can log into the server just fine but only want the user to be able to see the d drive.  Example: I will have them open the VPN and then give them a shortcut that says \\Apollo\d$  to get to where they need to be.  I am nervous that someone will change the shortcut and mess with my C$.  I even R clicked C and denied the user everything but in tests I still access C:\  
Question by:johnohare
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    That will do.  Thanks

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