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    External Shared Driver Help

    i copied some old folders (hardly ever used) over to an external drive to free space and created a share for people to access it, the share however will not give me the security tab?!

    so i cannot control who has certain levels of access to it, i tried turning the use simple network sharing setting off but its not in the options!? also i cannot check i have ownership of the folder because that option is also not there

    Im stuck......
    any ideas??

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    Sounds like the drive is formated to fat. You won't get NTFS permissions if it is.

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