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From: Tomasz Polus (Tomasz_Polusbsi.net.pl)
Date: Wed Mar 27 2002 - 02:04:29 CST
I have a problem with restricting null user access to Windows XP.
I'm aware of all the information from the following articles:
MSKB Q143474: Restricting Information Available to Anonymous
MSKB Q246261: How to Use the RestrictAnonymous Registry Value
in Windows 2000
RestrictAnonymous: Enumeration and the Null User
and of course I set RestrictAnonymous and RestrictNullSessAccess
registry keys properly (2;1). There is no problem in Windows 2000
- these settings deny null user access to my machine.
Unfortunately in Windows XP Professional it doesn't work this way.
Null session still can be established... Can somebody please
explain this to me?
-- Tomasz Polus