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This admin shares fix is for win 2008. I remember back in 1999 that NT4 server workstation had similar shares. Windows XP pro is a derivative of NT. My question is: Are there any admin shares in my WinXPpro system that can/should be disabled for security reasons? And if so could I try this Fixit? If it dont work could it cause problems with my system if I use it?
I apply the Remove Administrative Shares Fix it for me. It says, this is not for your system?
I also applied those steps in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816524, add AutoShareServer double words parameters and set it to zero, not happening, it comes back up again when server restarted.
Please help. Thanks
It SEEMS to have started the next morning after the CA security suite did an automatic update when I turned off the computer the night before.