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From: John Wienand (JWienandbna.com)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2001 - 07:56:47 CDT
As usual, I am probably missing something, but everyone (no
pun intended) is talking as if the "Everyone" group opens
the door to the world.
If this is the case, could someone explain why a share still
requests credentials, before allowing anyone to connect to
I have a test server that is completely unsecured. No
policies, 'Everyone' full control of the Sys drive. Yet, I
am unable to access anything from a test workstation without
a user name and password. Thus, it insists on
"authenticating' me regardless of how much I leave the
Now I fully understand there are a multitude of security
implications with the Everyone group, but let's not give the
impression that it removes the door from the server.