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Exchange 2003 default shares?

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HotzenwalderFlag for Netherlands asked on
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On our Exchange 2003 server there are two shares that were created by the default installation of Exchange. The shares are:

address - C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\address
res - C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\res

Address contains 6 subdirectories (ccmail, gwise, ms, notes, smtp, x400) and inside those folders is an i386 folder with one DLL file
res contains some more DLL files.

I do not want to delete the folder, I just want to know why it is shared by default. It comes up as a 'high security risk' in our Nessus scan so we want to look into this issue.
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