|23 Oct 2011||#1|
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How to turn on/off Password Protected Sharing with command, regedit or
I know we can change Windows 7 settings with command, regedit or Rundll32.
rundll32.exe Shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL desk.cpl desk,@Themes /Action:OpenTheme /File:"C:\Windows\Resources\Ease of Access Themes\basic.theme"
Result: Change themes
Result: Disable UAC
POWERCFG /CHANGE /MONITOR-TIMEOUT-AC 2
POWERCFG /CHANGE /MONITOR-TIMEOUT-DC 2
Result: Monitor timeout.
So How to turn on/off Password Protected Sharing with command, regedit or Rundll32?
I cannot find any info. from GOOGLE?
Are there any books and documents that you suggest me to read? I want to more understand them.
Thanks in advance.
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|03 Sep 2013||#4|
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Same question, I need to know for my unattended installation. I am installing Windows 7 OS, and I need it to be able to find and work with other computers on the network by default. I obviously can't go around disabling it on each and every computer manually.
Turning off password protection in a domain environment won't only just allow all domain users but also anonymous logins as well. Meaning anyone could access your shares even if they aren't joined in the domain.
You could turn it off on a base installation and then create a sysprep image to deploy however as soon as that machine joins the domain I believe it will automatically be re-enabled.
In a workgroup environment installing the sysprep image should keep the password protected sharing turned off however you should not have that many machines for a workgroup and therefore it would be easier to manually turn it off.
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