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As in the subject - I am wondering, which permissions (if it is possible) do I need to assign to a regular user to modify the share permissions - e.g. to add another user with full control ...
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Connectivity issues when running service with access to network shares on Windows 2008

Our OS is Windows Server 2008 R2. We are running a backup server on SERVER1. It runs as a service. We need it to access network shares on two other local machines (SERVER2 which is Windows Server 2003 ...
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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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I am running an 03 box with shares active. When uploading to the share, the speed is average. About 15-20 mbps.. This server is connected directly to 2 other machines accessing the server. When ...
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Windows Server 2003 forgets folder shares from ISCSI-Volume after restart

I have running a Server 2003 with the Microsoft ISCSI Initiator. I mapped an ISCSI-Volume and after the restart of the server, the the folders aren't shared anymore. The NTFS-rights are still rigth ...