Removing The Default Administrative Shares
Windows 2000, NT and XP by default, create hidden administrative shares (admin$, c$ & d$) on the hard-drive which will allow the domain administrators to do remote access support. This tip will teach how to disable this feature.
Please proceed with these instructions:
Click on Start > Run
Type: regedit to open the Registry Editor
Double click on AutoShareWks
Now you will have to delete the shares through the Computer Management Console
Open Control Panel,
Open Administrative Tools,
Open Computer Management.
Expand Shared Folders, and then click Shares.
In the Shared Folder column,
Right-click the share you want to delete,
click Stop sharing, and then click OK.
Latest update on October 26, 2009 at 11:00 AM by