All about breaking ntfs permissions?

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Hello experts,

All about breaking ntfs permissions? When trying to access a shared network computer it seems like there is an error because I cannot access and I told to contact the system administrator. I am having some problem to get some files from the other computer through networking. Can you help me regarding this matter?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #178318

All about breaking ntfs permissions?

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You cannot access the computer because the Sys Administrator did not give any permission to access the computer. Even though you can see the computer on your network it does not mean that you can access that computer and get the files that you want. It is needed to be set-up first before you can access the computer.

Some necessary configurations are needed to be change so the other users can connect to the computer via network. for example you must turn on file and folder sharing so other users can access the files and folders that it want to share. Only folders that are shared are the ones you can see on your network, Sys Admin can choose which folders are to be shared and which are not.

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All about breaking ntfs permissions?

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Hey Greqory Gregory,

You need to resolve this issue by understanding the basic issues normally we face in NTFS file permissions. It’s not about breaking the NTFS permissions but to control them. Windows XP/2000/2003/NT’s permissions are nearly the same. They are not hard to handle. Make sure to pass your files and folders through native firewall before trying to create a networking.

You may use cmd prompt and net command to see whether your computer is available on network or not. After enabling the computer’s native networking channels, you may set your files and folders for public sharing. Files and folders that are not publicly shared may never be seen on other computers on network.

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