Password protect folder

  RussG 16:52 02 Apr 04

I can control access to folders on my home network. However at work (Windows NT/2000), apart from having our own private space and also shared drives for sub departments we also have a shared drive which can be acccessed by everyone. Is it possible to password protect a folder on this shared drive, in order to restrict access.
My feeling is that this will be possible but I'm
off now until Monday(so can't try it) and it would be really useful to know before then.

  Diodorus Siculus 17:02 02 Apr 04

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