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#1 ronaroll


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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:26 AM


I am a little confused about share settings and servers. I have one desktop computer running windows 7 64 bit sp1. I have a laptop running win xp professional the connects with my wireless router. I didn't set up any file sharing but it seems there are shared files, folders, are these default? Also, i it necessary that I have several servers listed in my programs list. It seems like the ones I have are geared for administrating groups of computers.Can this make it possible for someone to access and make changes on my computer? I ran MBSA and it had problems with my security setti
ngs settings,(permissions, administrators, etc.) Is there a simple default setting for my simple home computer?
Should I pste the MBSA log here or attach?

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