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Set a Password for a shared folder without a Windows administrator Log On Password

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This is for XP guys.

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as i know...there is no way to do that without log in as administrator...
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If you want the built in windows SMB services to service the requests then you need admin privillages. But you could share the folder with another service like FTP if you can install an application on the machine.
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Solution was about "There is no solution" THankz
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