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How do I publish a shared folder in Active Directory?

The usual method of connecting to a shared folder is to either browse a specific machine for visible machines (ones without a $ at the end) or know the complete share Uniform Naming Convention (UNC) in advance. However, you can publish shared folders to Active Directory (AD): Start the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in. Select the container you want to house the shared folder and right-click it. Select New, Shared Folder from the context menu. In the display dialog box, enter a name for the share and the share's UNC. Click OK. The share you create will be visible in Windows Explorer under My Network Places, Entire Network, Directory, Domain. To remove the new share, simply right-click the shared folder in the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, and select Delete

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