Re: Removing Net Shares
From: Barb (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 09:22:54 -0800
I mean label name. IE, I have 2 drives (c and d) on my
server. The label name (volume name) for drive D is
Application. Label name for drive c is "local disk" since
we did not give it a name at original installation. The
share name on drive d is D$.
Right Clicking on the disk drive and selecting properties
will give you the label name (if it wxists) for the disk.
Right Clicking on the drive and selecting sharing will
give you the share name.
>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, in
>microsoft.public.win2000.security news group, Barb
>> I am in the processing of locking down my win2000
>> Removing all net and administrative shares is a
>Recommendation by whom? There's no compelling reason to
>> When I map to a drive on the win2000
>> server, it is usually \\server\c$. I don't have a label
>> name for drive c. It's called local disk. If I remove
>> administrative shares, I will not be able to map. Is it
>> too late to put a label on this drive? Thank you.
>Label name? Perhaps you mean share name? Seriously, if
>understand the difference, then taking advice about
removing the default
>admin shares is silly.
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