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    why ipc$ access denied in WinXP

    i have a administrator user,but ipc$ into the computer change the guest group

    net use \\192.168.0.10\ipc$ "111" /u:administrator
    The command completed successfully.
    dir \\192.168.0.10\c$
    Access is denied.

    why? how to solve problem?

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    What does a net use g: \\192.168.0.10\c$ "111" /u:administrator do?

    Maybe the administrator has no access to that c: drive.
    Check the ACL on c:.
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    Re: why ipc$ access denied in WinXP

    Originally posted here by deadforg
    i have a administrator user,but ipc$ into the computer change the guest group

    net use \\192.168.0.10\ipc$ "111" /u:administrator
    The command completed successfully.
    dir \\192.168.0.10\c$
    Access is denied.

    why? how to solve problem?
    try

    net use\\192.168.0.1\c$ "111" /u:administrator
    dir \\192.168.0.10\c$


    IPC$ is the default share and you were trying to dir C$

    This may not work since its ages since I've done anything like that.
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    Hey,

    This will tell you about the net use command...

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000...elp/ntcmds.htm

    Maybe you need to incorperate some form of authentication when you go to connect.

    Hope this helps.

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    I didn't think you could take away administrator access to a windows root drive?
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    Originally posted here by RoadClosed
    I didn't think you could take away administrator access to a windows root drive?
    Yes you can. Only SYSTEM needs read access to ntldr,ntdetect etc.
    You have to make sure administrator can still access the other directories though.
    So DON'T Replace permissions on subdirectories.
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    net use command in the win2000,use the ipc$ with administrators user ,is sucessful.
    but in the winxp,use the ipc$ with administrators user,the system maybe auto changing the gust group, maybe is system Security Policy in the winxp system. please
    try the "net use" to connect winxp system.see, if has same problem

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    if you have the "firewall" feature of XP turned on it will deny access to any IPC$ connection. I found that out on my home LAN while playing around a bit. With the "firewall" turned on you can go from the XP box out, but not from outside to the XP $ shares.


    well while typing this I happend to look up and read your last post. Are you saying that a 2k admin can connect to the IPC$ on the XP box, but an XP admin can't? I haven't run in to anything like that before.

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    SirDice, maybe that doesn't work from the actual PC you are trying it on? I have never been successful, of course I just chalked it up to Windows and never pursued it? If I try and change permisions on the default share of c$ I always get an error saying that I cannot change permissions. Hmmm maybe I have to be local box admin vs. domain admin? (edit: nope doesn't work either)
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    Windows XP have these things disabled by default (security reasons)... You need to open the "share-tab" in properties when clicking on a drive (like C and enable something with sharing (don't know the english name... i've got swedish xp... ).

    I think this only works for Pro...

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