Default Shares means shares in relation to which a default has occurred entitling the Company to issue a direction notice and any further shares which are issued in respect of those shares; Sample 1. Sample 2. Sample 3.
Default Microsoft Windows hidden shares
C$ and x$ – The default drive share, by default C$ is always enabled. The x$ represents other disks or volumes that are also shared, e.g., D$, E$, etc. FAX$ – Share used by fax clients to access cover pages and other files on a file server.
To disable these shares, open the Registry by running regedit.exe and then find the HKey_Local_MachineSYSTEMCurrentControlSetServiceslanmanserverparameters key. If you’re using Windows 2000 workstation, add an AutoShareWks DWORD key with the value of 0 (as shown in Figure 2-5) by clicking Edit → New → DWORD Value.
- Start the registry editor.
- Move to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServicesLanmanServerParameters.
- If you are using Workstation create a value (Edit – Add Value) called AutoShareWks (AutoShareServer for server) of type DWORD and press OK. …
- Close the registry editor.
To access a hidden share, bring up Internet Explorer or My Computer (or just Computer in Vista), enter the UNC path (\computernamesharename$) of the share, and hit Enter. Alternatively, you can use the computer’s local IP address (such as 192.168. 1.1) instead of the computer name.
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Instead, they are special administrative shares. Generally, we recommend that you don’t modify these special shared resources. However, if you want to remove the special shared resources and prevent them from being created automatically, you can do it by editing the registry.
Only members of the local computer Administrators group (and the Backup Operators group) can get access to administrative shares, provided that you have SMB enabled, turned on file and printer sharing and access via TCP port 445 is not blocked by Windows Defender Firewall rules .
Administrative shares are default shares of every hard drive on a networked computer. They allow local administrators, typically System Administrators, to manage multiple computers and access drives and folders on remote computers, without having those remote drives explicitly shared.
How do I turn off file sharing on my C drive?
Open Control Panel. Click View network status and tasks under Network and Internet. Click Change advanced sharing settings in Network and Sharing Center. Click Turn off file and printer sharing, and click Save changes.
In Microsoft Windows operating systems, Hidden Share is a share with a dollar sign ($) appended to the share name that is not visible when a user lists another computer’s shares.