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  • Disable Default Shares in Windows XP

    i want to disable default shares in windows XP like " Printers and Faxes " & "scheduled Tasks". How can i do it. I have searched in google as all of u suggested, but can't find exact link. Normally i go to google, then petri forums to save time , thanks for considerations and patience, Definalty i have leant a lot of via perti forums.once again thnaks.

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    Re: Disable Default Shares in Windows XP

    Disbale file and print sharing on the pc.
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      Re: Disable Default Shares in Windows XP

      What type of machines do you want to do this on?? Domain, Workgroup??

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        Re: Disable Default Shares in Windows XP

        Ali, that's it, you pissed me off. You searched Google and didn't find anything???

        http://www.google.com/search?q=disab...ative%20shares

        Guess who's on top of the list? How hard was it?

        That's it, we're done doing YOUR homework for you Ali. Do it again and it's bye bye.
        Cheers,

        Daniel Petri
        Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
        MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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          Re: Disable Default Shares in Windows XP

          Ali,

          i just copied a piece of you're own text into google and see the url below.
          disable default shares in windows XP
          http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&q=...e+zoeken&meta=


          Is it that hard to try this for once?
          Is google blocked by the goverment of pakistan?
          Marcel
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