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    i want to make a share in windows XP that require no user name and password for remote local user and for domian user as well. actually i have made an share but it requirs password for remote local user. How can i do it?

  • #2
    Re: share folder

    Is this on a domain or a workgroup???

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    • #3
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      Grant the special group "Everyone" access (read, write, or full control) to the share permissions as well as the NTFS permissions which the share points to.

      Enable the guest account on the machine which has the share.

      That should do it, albeit not very secure at all.

      Jas
      Last edited by jasonboche; 1st May 2006, 17:33. Reason: technical
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      • #4
        Re: share folder

        it is on domain

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        • #5
          Re: share folder

          Originally posted by jasonboche
          Grant the special group "Everyone" access (read, write, or full control) to the share permissions as well as the NTFS permissions which the share points to.

          Enable the guest account on the machine which has the share.

          That should do it, albeit not very secure at all.

          Jas
          Exactly what Jas says only i would grant Everyone Full Control at the share level first as it should get its NTFS permissions from the parent folder.

          When you say remote user do you mean a user dialling into your domain and authenticating in your AD structure??

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          • #6
            Re: share folder

            How about adding the anonymous permission (instead of everyone) on just that folder.

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            • #7
              Re: share folder

              Try it and find out.
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