A shared resource or network share is a device or piece of information on a computer that can be remotely accessed from another computer, typically via a local area network or an enterprise Intranet, transparently as if it were a resource in the local machine.

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Unable to browse Win7 x64 shares

I have a single Windows 7 x64 machine that has shares running on it that I'm trying to access on the LAN. The IP of the Win7 box is on the same /24 subnet as the computers that need to access it. ...
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Most easyest way of giving remote access with one account to several fodlers, under linux

We have a new employee, who is not an expert in ssh, but he is a sitebuilder, so we need a proper and secure way to give him REMOTE access to several directories. Is there a secure, easy and ...
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Doest Get-PSDrive can map network space?

Here are my codes, $var.droppath is a valid network space path, I've test it. $map3 = new-PSDrive -name droppath -psprovider FileSystem -root $var.droppath Then I ran Get-PSDrive | ?{$_.Name ...
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Failed to check share space via recorded path form sql database by powershell

Could anybody tell me why I failed on these code? 1, I connect to database 2, I query useful information from database (get path) 3, I checked the free space under queried path Here are my codes: ...
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How can I share existing folder without going to the user

I would like to know if there a way to share folders on a remote machine with out having to be in front of it. For example I have user1 and he has folder called TEST and he asking me to share it. How ...
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query different free share spaces by powershell, but every time got the same result

Here is my codes: $map = new-Object -com wscript.Network $map.mapNetworkDrive("v:","\\sharespace\testbuilds\test1") $fso = new-Object -com Scripting.FileSystemObject $do = $fso.getdrive("v") ...
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DFS - Active Directory Namespace not showing

Appologies if this doesn't make sense - I'm just starting to play with DFS and some of the terms are still confusing to me. We have created a couple of DFS roots (as domain roots) on our domain and ...
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How to prevent Domain Admins from being denied access to network folders?

As I understand it, if a user creates a folder they become the owner and can control NTFS permissions including removal of inherited permissions granted to Domain Admins. What is the best approach to ...
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OS X network accounts - disable login but still allow Connect To Server?

I have some network user accounts on an OS X 10.5 Leopard server. Is it possible to disable login at the login window, but still allow them to connect to their home account via Finder and Connect To ...
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Windows Share Permissions

The share permissions on our file server shared folders are quite heterogeneous. In particular, some seem to have been set up to mimic the NTFS permissions of the share. I know that the default ...
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unionfs equivalent on Server 2008 R2

Probably a fairly straight forward question, but; At the moment I have 2 different shares on 2 different machines (one server 2008, the other W7) which are basically a "mirror" of each other that ...
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How are permissions on default administrative shares controlled?

The ACEs on our default administrative shares (C$, D$ etc.) suggest that the Users group has read/write access to the disk roots. In practice though it appears that only Domain Admins group can ...
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How do I access the Shared Folder on Virtual Box in Solaris 10 from Windows XP and Vice Versa

I need to access the Shared Folder that is offered by Virtual Box from Solaris 10, I heard that you have to mount it or something but I haven't succeeded with the info that I found from Google. Or if ...
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AutoCAD 11 and network file shares

Small network of perhaps half a dozen engineers, currently working on local copies of AutoCAD project files, which are then copied back up to file server (2008 Standard, 1-2 year old Dell server ...
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Can't enable share on clients in my network

I installed on my subnet a win 2003 server as the domain controller, with DHCP and DNS options too. the clients, win xp pro and and win 2003 server. In my clients when i log in via the domain, i ...
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Use NET USE to mount a network drive as read only

I'm using the following code to mount a network drive in a script that configures desktop icons and favorites by copying them when the user logs into windows. NET USE W: \\Server\Files\IT\auto ...
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Disconnect shared network folder on server side?

Normally I use the following command to make a shared network folder connection: net use * \\remotebox\sharedfolder /user:userid pwd This command is used on the the client side. Is there any ...
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Network file system with failover

Basically I'm looking for "multipath nfs". I want a classic network filesystem but with multiple servers mounted at the clients to a single mount point and it should handle a server failure with ...
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How do you configure a \\domain\sharedFolder in windows 2008?

Background: I've got several Windows 2008 servers setup by someone else. They are all on one domain, lets call this mydomain Several boxes are accessing a shared folder by going to ...
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Local sharing between Netgear router and modem

We have 2 internet (Broadband) connection, About connection 1 ADSL modem (Binatone) + Netgear wireless router (Netgear WGR614-v10) ADSL Modem (192.168.1.0) , Wireless router (192.168.2.0) About ...
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Configure router/gateway on Ubuntu issue: unable to reach hosts behind ISPs gateway (network map provided)

I try to configure my notebook running Ubuntu 11.04 (desktop edition) as a gateway (may be router needed? --- this is the bit of confusion for me), so that I can share Internet connection (incoming on ...
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Mapped Network Drive Timeout

I have two networks: work and home. The work subnet is 192.168.0.x whereas home's subnet is 192.168.1.x At work I have two mapped drives but at home I don't have either. Any time I open explorer at ...
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Clients connecting to wrong dfs share

I am having a lot of trouble with my clients connecting to the wrong dfs share, how do I ensure that clients only connect to the nearest dfs share. I have two file shares connected by a vpn ...
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Setting up an anonymous Windows Server 2008 network share?

How do I create a truly anonymous read/write network share in Windows Server 2008? That is ... no login dialog shown no domain credentials required ... so that any Windows machine can get to this ...
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How to view files on a computer on a different network

We currently have 2 in-office networks coming in with different routers and IPs for each. What I am trying to do is to configure a one server from each network to connect to each other and be able to ...
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How to force Windows to prompt for credentials while accessing share

By default when I access some computer's share ( typing \\hostname in Windows Explorer ) Windows passes credential of my current user. It prompts for credentials only when current user's credentials ...
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Prevent owner to change permissions on network share

we have a Sun Storage Appliance (7110) with a SMB/CIFS share configured. It is joined to our Active Directory. What I am trying to accomplish is: ordinary Domain Users (builtin AD-group) should have ...
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SYSTEM user (Windows 2003) through network

We're trying to connect an email server with a NAS device. Email server runs over Windows 2003 Server and NAS device with Open-E. No "Active Directory", just shared folders with CIFS. In order to ...
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Apache UNC network path under Windows?

Ok, so I'm running apache on two Windows 7 boxes for use as a test environment. The idea is to keep all projects on a shared network path so I can access it with my desktop or notebook anytime. ...
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VB Scripting for counting the client connection

I want to Count the number of client connection connected to a shared folder using vbscript. I can use any service but not WMIservice.
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How does a network update its IP lookup when a PC switches between wired/wireless?

We have PC's that switch IP's when they go between wired and wireless access to our network. Unfortunately when a PC goes from wireless to wired, all the other computers on the network are not made ...
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Cannot Access Shared Folder From IIS

From IIS I need to access a folder on another computer. Both servers are Window 2008 SP2, and they live in a Virtual Private Cloud on Amazon EC2. They reach one another by private IP -- they are in ...
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Windows Server 2003 Services are stopping every 15-20 minutes

We have a new server installation that has a handful of services failing over and over. They include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Browser Server Help and Support HID Input ...
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What is the best way to share a folder over the Internet using OSX 10.6 Server?

I have a new OSX Snow Leopard server and would like to be able to have other Macs mount drives from this server over the Internet. FTP is not good enough for sharing files because we want the files to ...
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Real time Sync between two folders on different servers

What is the best way to sync two folders completely in real time over two servers (Ubuntu) in same network? Do you think syncing folders is a better idea than having a shared folder? If a shared ...
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Windows XP to remote server 2008 R2 shares - awful response times

I have a network infrastructure of Windows XP clients (a mix of XP and 64-bit XP), that are accessing a network share on a Windows 2008 R2 server. Whenever users type the address of a folder into the ...
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Retrospect always returning non fatal error “can't read security information, error -1012”

I use Retrospect every day to backup to a LTO3 Tape. The Script in retrospect backs up a few folders both on the network and local HDD's. It backs up 2 network drives on 2 separate windows servers ...
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Map Network Drive field meanings [closed]

So I'm continuing to attempt to set up a Network Drive that will write to a Linux box in the sky. I made the NTLM change suggested by this question, but I still can't understand a few things to do ...
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Access a Network drive from another user from CMD (windows)

I have written PostgreSQL backups scripts that backup all the databases to file. pgAgent.exe (a scheduling daemon) starts the BAT scripts under the local postgres user. The normal setup is to backup ...
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Windows 7 network drive to Linux filesystem via PuTTY [closed]

I'm trying to establish a remote ssh connection to a Linux filesystem from Windows 7. The purpose is to be able to enable Windows programs (like OneNote) to write files to the Linux box, so they can ...
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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 ...
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Mapping Drive Error - System Error 1808

A vendor is attempting to map and preserve a network drive using nt authority/system; so it stays persistent when the interactive session of the server is lost. They were able to do this on one server ...
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veth, macvlan or maybe sth else?

I don't understand the modes of lxc network. I'd like to have 4 guests: apache1, apache2, database and frontdoor frontdoor is a squid which decides which apache should be used It works perfectly ...
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Can't access samba share over VPN

Samba share is on Ubuntu 8.04 Samba config is below: # Name mangling options ; preserve case = yes ; short preserve case = yes # Most people will find that this option gives better ...
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Question about iSCSI vs a simple network share

I'm trying to understand the difference between an iSCSI and a network share. So I've got a NAS device on the network. When i use a network share, the computer knows that the location is remote. ...
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Can SQL Server 2008 allow you to backup to a Mapped Network Drive?

My SQL Server 2008 R2 has a mapped network drive (called Y:/) which reconnects after a reboot (I just checked this). When I try to backup a Database (TASKS -> BACKUP). The network drive Y: is not ...
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Can't access shared drive when connecting over VPN

I can ping all network devices but it doesn't seem that DNS is resolving their hostnames. ipconfig/ all is showing that I am pointing to the correct dns server. I can "ping "dnsname"" and it will ...
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Unix samba accounts sync issue

I have installed samba-server, libpam-smbpass and smbclient on my ubuntu 10.04. And I have uncommented the following in my smb.conf file: security = user [homes] comment = Home Directories ...
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How to browse a drive on a different network?

We have 2 different network structures and need to browse and map a network share from other network. (I have a windows share that I can reach and map from my local network and want the same thing ...
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Allow domain users to access content of a server not on the domain

Hopefully I will explain this correctly... We have a LAN with a domain controller and a number of application and database servers but due to our limited internet connection (bonded ADSL :( ) As a ...