Re: Personal Firewall 2003
yes, we are all in the same subnet.
I have set password, but we all have the same.
But on my Trusted Zone I have not use my
friend's IP xxx.xxx.x.60.
I thought that firewall can block the access even
if you are on the same subnet.
"JP" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Vassilis" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > my computer (Win 2000 Prof) is inside a university's lab.
> > I use IPs in Trusted Zone for example:
> > xxx.xxx.x.56
> > xxx.xxx.x.44
> > xxx.xxx.x.64
> > and I share my drive D:
> > But a friend of mine inside the lab that has IP xxx.xxx.x.60,
> > is able also to see my drive D:
> So what does your Trusted Zone say?
> It looks like it may all be in the same subnet in which case anyone in the
> xxx.xxx.x network may be able to access you D drive. Have you set
> on the share?
> There are 10 types of people in this world
> Those that understand binary and those that don't
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