Facts: We are running a Windows 2003 AD environment. I have a server 2003 R2 with it's default admin shares: C$ and D$ Both these shares only have : sharing as Default Share, while Permissions can't be changed (as expected) and it's security settings are for only as the local computer administrator.
On the local computer, I have domain admins as group of administrators.
However, I found that ANY computer that is connected to the network, can access the shares by: \servername\d$ with full access rights - Frightening, but I have no idea why it's like that. There are NO other groups that can access in the security tab.
If I remove the share, as suggested in Importance of default windows shares off-course it can't be accessed. By restarting the server, creates the shares again - and again - any computer that is on the net can access the shares. The computer I am connecting to test, is NOT in the domain, it's a workgroup computer, with a local administrator access.
Where can I start and look for a solution? I need to have this hole fixed.