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1answer
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Robocopy Ext USB HD to Server 2008

I tried copying data from an external usb drive to my W2008 server, g:\parent_directory d:\server_shared\parent_directory. Unfortunately, I picked the "copyall" paramenter which copies over D=Data, ...
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1answer
95 views

Windows: View other network shares without sharing anything myself [closed]

Using windows, I would like to be able to browse computers and their shares on the network, without publishing any shares, administrative shares, and not even having my computer listed in the ...
5
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1answer
86 views

How do NTFS permissions become improperly ordered?

I have some files on a network share and they were read-only accessible to users. I had set the permissions to provide full rights to all domain users - when I checked the main folder, this was still ...
5
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1answer
459 views

How can I list hidden administrative shares using PowerShell?

I'm trying to write a script that will audit shared folders on a few HIPAA-sensitive servers. I'm getting a list of shares just fine using gwmi Win32_Share, however when I go to get the permissions on ...
0
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1answer
40 views

Stop certain users accessing C:\Source by security group

We have a security group called SourceCode which allows certain users access to the SVN / GIT repository. This allows them to get the latest repo and store it in C:\Source. This works fine but the ...
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1answer
64 views

Investigate why user has access to a folder [closed]

How can I understand why a particular user has access to a particular shared folder? Security tab of the folder contains a long list of groups groups and the user is not a direct member of any of ...
0
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1answer
54 views

How to find on the Windows 7 who and when use(d) a certain share?

We have a workstation using Win7 on a LAN with a domain. On that workstation we set up some network shares. Can we find who used (user name and/or computer name) and when the shares? Note that we ...
2
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2answers
612 views

XP server allows all domain users to c$ share

I have an XP Pro computer acting as a Quickbooks server. I've noticed that any user on the domain can access the computer via \\quickbooks\c$. I've looked in the local Administrators group on the ...
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2answers
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NETWORK SERVICE is unable to save to a network path

I've done some extensive research on this and I've tried every suggestion I have seen. I am troubleshooting an application that runs a "scheduler" service to periodically export *.txt files to a ...
0
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1answer
117 views

Event Logs for Remote Share BruteForce

This command is used to access remote shares. net use \10.31.247.2\share /user:admin password Is there any way to detect(EventLogs/other tools) if someone is trying to BruteForce into a remote ...
1
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1answer
683 views

Getting Windows 7 to run Scripts from Other Shares then NETLOGON

I have several Windows Server 2003 Environments I administer. These are separate disparate domains with their own structures and policies. I generalize as much as possible when I administer these ...
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4answers
10k views

Is it possible to provide access to a domain resource to a non-domain user?

After a security review, I'm splitting the tiers of a Windows 2008 Server application that is currently on a single machine in the corporate domain. I want to move the IIS 7 Web UI to a new machine in ...
0
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3answers
153 views

Is it safe to use Windows file sharing for copying files to a remote windows server?

I have two servers in different datacenters, connected via a vpn. I want to push very large files from one server to the other. Windows file sharing is easy, but is it safe? I know the data coming ...
0
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3answers
1k views

Security groups not allowing domain admin to view files

This should be very simple. I have my Documents folders redirected to a share called //dc/documents. It creates a folder under this share for each person and then creates a folder under that for My ...
1
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1answer
683 views

How can I monitor user access to a shared folder on Windows SBS 2008

I have multiple shared folders on Windows SBS 2008 server. I need to be able to tell if a domain user is accessing these shares and copying large quantities of files to their laptop. Is there a way of ...
0
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2answers
257 views

Best solution for development IIS to reach files via UNC share

What is the best way to configure security with IIS to allow developers local IIS instances reach a UNC share for documents that are in our deployed website but not a part of the development source?
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3answers
2k views

Win2003 Folder sharing : Group permissions not working while user permissions work

I'm very new to windows server. I'm a software engineer but since we don't have a real sysadmin I'm supposed to figure out everything that is slightly computer related (you know how it is...). I need ...
1
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1answer
310 views

Tutorial on using Advanced Sharing (instead of Simple Sharing) on Windows XP and 7

We've always used Simple File Sharing. But I'm having some network difficulties with a new Windows 7 PC and I'm thinking we should be using Advanced Sharing. But as I got into it I realized it's far ...
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2answers
2k views

Why can't I assign rights to Network Service account via groups?

Windows box (2k3). I have a website that needs to access files over a network share on the local machine. Please don't concentrate on this fact. Its a long story I won't go into now. The worker ...
14
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3answers
26k views

Network Service account accessing a folder share

I have a simple scenario. There's an application on ServerA that runs under the built-in Network Service account. It needs to read and write files on a folder share on ServerB. What permissions do ...
5
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7answers
1k views

Importance of default windows shares

I have to set up some shares on a windows server (2003), but I really don't like those default shares (C$, ADMIN$, IPC$). I seem to remember that you shouldn't remove those shares, but when the ...