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c:$.$,e:$ How to remove this Sharing?

By wmwphl ·
Can some please tell me how to remove this default sharing in Windows2000.Id been trying to delete this sharing but every time i boot up, that dam sharing always appear.Someone told me to remove the server services but that i cant because i need toshare some documents.


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by Ann777 In reply to c:$.D:$,e:$ How to remov ...

Q100517 (applies to all w2k servers as well)

Windows NT maintains default administrative shares that cannot be removed permanently. These shares are created for the Windows NT root directory where the system files are kept and for the root of each hard drive partition. The shares have a dollar sign ($) suffix, are invisible to network browsing, and are only accessible to accounts with Administrator, Backup Operator, or Server Operator privileges on the particular machine. For example, you might have the following default shares:
WINNT$
C$
D$
You can disable these shares, but only for the current session. When you restart Windows NT, the shares will be re-enabled. You cannot change the permissions on these shares anytime. The following message is displayed if you attempt to do so:

This has been shared for administrative purposes. The permissions cannot be set.

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by kares In reply to c:$.D:$,e:$ How to remov ...

hi,

you have to disable the admin sharing things in the registry.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters
Add or edit the Valunames:
AutoShareServer -->RegDWORD Value:0
AutoShareWks --> RegDWORD Value:0
sven

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