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I need "My Documents" protections for other drive folders.

by cave4runner / September 30, 2005 2:34 AM PDT

How can I set up a folder (not on C:/) with the same protections as the MY Documents folder? I'm the Administrator on my home PC and all other accounts are Limited. Anything in My Documents is hidden, however, my C:/ drive is filling fast and I want to insure the same protections to folders on other drives. I'm not looking for password protection. Thanks.

I'm running XP Pro, SP2, with all updates installed. I have 5 hard drives installed.


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A primer on NTFS "permissions" and "ownership"
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Read but while that's just the tip of the iceberg, there is enough in Start, Help and Support about NTFS PERMISSIONS to keep you busy.

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