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By sdutta25 ·
How do I password protect my folders in Windows 2000 disabling users to view the contents when they are working on my pc ?

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by LMon In reply to Password protection of fo ...

If Each user has their own login. You can right click on the folder selct properties then go to security tab add the user if they are not added and then deny the permission. If this is on a domain you set a group policy to do the same thing.

Here is a link:

http://www.techtutorials.com/tutorials/2000/win2kpro.shtml

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by mikex In reply to Password protection of fo ...

Folder Password Expert lets you prevent people from viewing, printing or altering your confidential documents and sells for only $39.95. The program can password protect folders on the hard, network and USB drive.
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If you use Windows, Folder Password Expert was designed for your PC. The program was extensively tested on Windows XP, 98, NT, 2000 and ME machines to ensure its complete compatibility.
How do I password protect a folder?

Just right-click a folder in Windows Explorer and select Protect Folder. Choose your password. That's all there is to do -- the folder is protected. When you try to open it, Folder Password Expert prompts you for the password.

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