Disable UNC path

Posted on 2011-04-26
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Hi, i want to to disable the UNC path  but they should get there share drives. I don't want user to put \\ and see all the share folders on the server. Everything should be done by AD policy.
Question by:anupam7860
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    by:Joseph Moody
    Add a $ at the end of the sharename.

    Ex: Change \\server\share to \\server\share$

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    well i got simple answer.thanks anyways.
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    For Samba share folder, add one line
    browseable = no
    for each share

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    Thanks guys
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    You might want to share your answer here and accept your own answer.
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    I got my answer my own.

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