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Restore default share permissions for 2003 server

Posted on 2013-05-16
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I have a 2003 server which someone removed the default admin share on the C drive from. I want to restore the share but can't compare it to another machine as I get the alert this has been shaed for administrative purposes.....
How can I fix this
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Have you tried rebooting or restarting the Server service? The administrative drive shares should get automatically recreated.
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Ok I will give a reboot a shot and see if this resolves it.
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Yes reboot worked!
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Thanks
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