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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:07 AM

Finally...I new you'd be up late...I found it in Win2k
fsmgmt.msc is the shared file manager snap-in for the console.
And lusrmgr.msc is the snap-in for Local users & groups.  Together you can group your users, and configure permissions per user or group and add them to groups too.

Hope this helps  Vetritus03.

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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:15 AM

care to explain how to add users/restrict users/groups from certain shares?  the shared folders snap-in merely displays the shared folders and what is currently beinf accessed and by whom.  the local users and groupd allows you to add/remove members from groups or to create users/groups.  not assign share permissions to users or groups.  perhaps it's diferent in Xp... i'll try posting to the Xp Newsgroups... i'll report back if i get any feedback.  thanks for trying.
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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:20 AM

Oh, sorry I misunderstood the question...#### long day...

so in xp is there an option to "add" under share permissions?

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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:34 AM

no... and i don't have the luxury of having another computer that i can freely load 2k or .NET server on so i can't see if the options are there if i have it set to use a domain...
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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:39 AM

Arg, sorry dude...look like it could be specific to XP of course I would think it would have that option.  I'm not sure how to add it then...sorry.  Suppose you could always add users to the everyone group but that the gives all access to a resources to all users.  That's just not going to cut it.  Do you think it could be just an issue with the build?  You beta tester you.  Perhaps they just didn't include it?  Course I could just be talking out my ass...
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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 01:52 AM

i looked through all the posts on M$'s prvate news server for Xp... seems this IS and issue with Xp that has NOT been resolved.  seems people who feel they have things to share want to give it to everyone... only option being read-only... i'll post up a few screenshots here in a bit if i get the time...
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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 02:53 AM

ok, so now i feel dumb.  after looking in Help about file sharing... it's right there in plain english that you don't get the options we know and love from 2k in Xp until it's setup on a domain controller.  but, if anyone is interested in what the Sharing tab looks like currently... here's a link for you.  

http://www.desertweb...shots/index.htm  

feel free to start the moron bashing...

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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 08:33 PM

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Quote: from Vetritus03 on 11:03 pm on Sep. 2, 2001
hmmm... what is the OS of choice out there then?

BeOS r4.5 or r5pro (if you can get it), otherwise Win98se (maybe once i get better w/BeOS I should look more into RedHat, neh?)

Be is fast, stable & free, with tons of demo apps (most apps cost about ุ-50 (remember when Win software only cost that much)).  BeOS isn't open-souce, but a lot of the software for it is.  The biggest pain are the drivers, which none are included w/the install (part of BeOS's speed, 0% legacy support (do you 'really' need the drivers for a long-legal width dot matrix printer!?!)).  actually, some drivers are included, but only the truely mainstream stuff (if you got no-name anything you might just have to code the drivers yourself)

Be is good, Be is fun, but most of my work still happens in Win.

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Re: Shared Resources

Posted 03 September 2001 - 10:18 PM

code drivers yourself?  i think you just stumbled upon the biggest reason 95% (if not more) people will not switch to a non M$ OS anytime soon.  
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