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Techgfx

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Hello everybody...
I have an one doubt about Networking.in my office we have an 30 systems.in all systems using winXP operating system.30 systems by shift wise...Recently i got a problem from few systems.i.e some one accessing another user data.if u have any idea or any tools in winxp not ***** other users file,pls give me any helpfulsuggessions ...

I thing dual operating system winxp/winxp is best.


Thank you.:(


Best Regards


Techgfx
 
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Give people dedicated logins and change the passwords.
Use something like a 3rd party password protection software.

Those are the 2 obvious ones I would suggest. Also I would suggest dedicated logins first off no matter what.

Really for a 30 person office I probably would recommend an SBS so 1 person can be in charge of userids and passwords making it much easier
 

Techgfx

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Thanks for replay.

Any onther Option to solve this problem.

Thanks for replay.
 

JohnWill

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I think Stumped covered it pretty well. What other help are you looking for? :confused:
 

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I would offer a suggestion if I could make sense of your first post in the thread. If english is not your first language I apologize if I come off as being rude.
 

JohnWill

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Squashman said:
I would offer a suggestion if I could make sense of your first post in the thread. If english is not your first language I apologize if I come off as being rude.
He appears to be in India.
 
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