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    Viewing network folders

    Ok I have come accross a strange request. Befor we start i know how to make a folder invisable ie c$ but this is not the problem what I have ben asked is is there a way that if someone does nothave permision to access the folder they do not see it network places. I dont think this can be done i know i can make them all invisable and just run a net use and connect them all as drives but i dont want to do this. has anyone any idears.

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    Re: Viewing network folders

    Yes it can. If you employ access based enumeration it will allow you to set folders within a share to be seen only by those that have access to see them.

    You will need to download the below to your w2k3 server if that is what you use.

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    Re: Viewing network folders

    Not sure that ABE will help - it hides folders that you're not allowed to see but C$ will not be visible to anyone but admins and I don't think you can change the permissions so that admins can't see it.

    ABE is really useful for us - staff have a drive T: with lots of folders for different teams; most of them they don't have rights to so ABE means they can only see folders they're entitled to go into which keeps it tidy!

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