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    How can I delete my default shares?

    such as c$,d$, and I don't want them appear when I restart my computer.
    thx ...

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    Google is your friend...

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&i...trative+shares


    They are called administrative shares.....

    Cheers,

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    I had tried ,such as, net share c$/delete, but , when I restart the problem still was..

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    Try this link:http://support.microsoft.com/default...314984&sd=tech
    Deleting Default Administrative Shares for Current and Future Sessions

    WARNING: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems that result from using Registry Editor incorrectly. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.

    To delete the hidden administrative shares for all root partitions and volumes (such as C$) and the system root folder (ADMIN$) and prevent Windows from re-creating them, add an AutoShareWks DWORD value to the following registry key and set its value data to 0:

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    The quick and dirty solution is to use a batch file with the net share command in it.
    Place the file in the all users startup folder so it is run everytime a user logs in...

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    I have got two methods:
    1,modify the registry,that's dangerous,inaddition,how to modify ?
    2,use a batch file, I'll try ,
    first ,write net share command in a notebook ,and then save it as .bat, that's easy,
    thx so much...

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    if you don't need any filesharing capabilities then just disable the service "server", this would solve your problem...

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    change to linux .... lol but I think you can stop the share using MMC.

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    killa is right. Administrative shares is an option. Just deactivate it. No service need to be deactivated.
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    ****, the IPC$ wasn't deleted becaus of system error 5
    and the service is closed ,than my browser closed too.
    How can I do ? my os is XP with servic pack 1,thx...

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