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From: Eric (ews_at_tellurian.net)
Date: Mon Nov 04 2002 - 13:54:33 CST
write a script that will launch each time upon machine bootup that
'unshares' that share.
'net share admin$ /delete'
I don't know of any registry setting that will remove only that share and
leave the others.
Understand also that anyone with admin privileges to that machine can
recreate that share at any time.
At 01:11 PM 11/4/2002 -0500, Palumbo, Dave (Factiva) wrote:
>I have a scenario in which I'd like to remove the ADMIN$ share from a
>Windows 2000 server, but keep the other default shares (c$, d$) available
>for an application...is there any documented/undocumented way to accomplish
>this? If this is documented, please forgive me....but I sure can't find it.
>I am aware of the
>er=0 registry key...but this disables all the default shares (save IPC$).
>Again, I'm just looking to remove ADMIN$.