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Restrict windows 2003 server share drive by file types

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I am trying to restrict a share drive on my windows 2003 server, to certain file types.  Specifically picture/media files, such as jpg or gif.    The client PCs are mainly DELL windows XP pro workstations.  Please let me know if this is possible.
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If your server is running R2, then you can use the File Screening component of the File Server Resource Manager:
File Server Resource Manager
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc755603.aspx
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thank you!
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