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Cannon "unshare" a shared folder??

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Old 06-25-2008
beachormond
 

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Cannon "unshare" a shared folder??

( Sorry- I meant "Can I unshare a shared folder").

I would like to stop sharing my shared folders (computer mgmt\system
tools\shared folders\shares\sessions\open files). However, when I right
click these folders, my only options are help\disconnect\refresh- not
general\sharing\security tabs.

Can share properties be removed from these folders or am I doing
something wrong??

Your feedback is appreciated


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Old 06-25-2008
Tom Allen
 

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Re: Cannon "unshare" a shared folder??

"beachormond" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:2e4113acdc43f2a20cd982e0005bfd34@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> ( Sorry- I meant "Can I unshare a shared folder").
>
> I would like to stop sharing my shared folders (computer mgmt\system
> tools\shared folders\shares\sessions\open files). However, when I
> right
> click these folders, my only options are help\disconnect\refresh- not
> general\sharing\security tabs.
>
> Can share properties be removed from these folders or am I doing
> something wrong??
>
> Your feedback is appreciated
>
>
> --
> beachormond


The computer management console gives control of the current active
connections to the files/folders but you need to navigate to the folders
in Windows Explorer, right click and select properties to change the
underlying sharing and security settings.

Tom


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