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I have cross-posted this as my initial post to a single group has gone unanswered so far and I could really do with some help. Hi all, I'm a technical admin on a network of around 300 PCs. Can't connect to \\hostname\C$ as Administrator - Windows XP Community - XPHeads Can't connect to \\hostname\C$ as Administrator - Windows XP Community - XPHeads
Enable Mapping to \\Hostname\C$ Share on Windows 7 or Vista Enable Mapping to \\Hostname\C$ Share on Windows 7 or Vista Just about everybody knows about the hidden administrator C$ share that is always built into Windows file sharing, but you might have wondered why you can’t use that in Windows 7 or Vista. The reason this doesn’t work is because of UAC (User Account Control) that Vista is (in)famous for. By default Vista doesn’t allow UAC elevation over the network with a local user account. There’s a registry key that we can use to change this behavior to work the same as Windows XP. This will make your computer less secure, and I can’t recommend that you do this… but it’s also good to understand how Windows works.
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