how to put security on my shared drive?

October 14, 2011 at 11:19:49
Specs: Windows 7

Guys,My problem is I want to put some security on my shared drive,like some ways that nobody can copy the files in there,I mean they can access the file but they couldn't copy whats inside.I'm having a hard time because that shared drive also is the one that we use for watching movies,We have a program(its a program for computer shop that if your time runs out it will suddenly disconnect)that somehow if the customer want to watch movies,they just click the link there in the program and the program itself will trace the link where the movie is.the movies is actually in a server.we are not using domain,just work group.

we also did disable control panel,network mapping,hide drives on the client computers,etc.we are using win 7 and I will appreciate your help guys because other customer know how to bypass our security,Hope you could help me thanks.

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November 6, 2011 at 11:35:37
I suppose you could set it up so that anyone accessing that type of thing, would have to put in a user id and password, so that way you would know who was accessing the information, and then kick em off your server.


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