[Esd-l] macro scanner: defang instead of refuse

Scott Taylor scott at dctchambers.com
Wed Jun 5 06:54:01 PDT 2002

At 12:00 AM 05/06/2002, Graham Murray wrote:
>Kenneth Porter <shiva at well.com> writes:
> > As a *nix admin, I've always found sharing rights on Windows to be
> > highly non-intuitive, and sharing from a workstation seems to require
> > the creation of a user account for the client. So we have a public share
> > on the server with a directory for each user, and savvier users dump
> > things in a user's directory there and then send an email letting him
> > know it's there.
>You should not need to create an account on the workstation for each
>client. If you are using NTFS then you can give permissions, both to
>the share and to files within the shared directory, to individual
>domain users. This is actually much more fine grained that the *nix
>permission system.

Did you forget the AFAIK in that last sentence?  LMAO


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