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  • Stop Annoymous Access

    Am having some issues with our 2008 File Server. Currently if a PC that is not part of our network but is plugged in with a network cable, can successfully access the shares on the 2008 box. I want it so that you can browse to the path but must enter Domain credentials that have rights to those shares before you can see them.

    Our 2003 boxes are fine, just our 2008 boxes that allow annoymous access.

    We don't have the Everyone group applied to the shares, access-based emuneration is disabled, the network access: let everyone permissions apply to annoymous users is set to disabled...

    Any ideas or suggestions?

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    Re: Stop Annoymous Access

    How are you share and NTFS permissions being set?
    Marcel
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