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Re: LAN issue
From: "Kurt Buff" <kurt.buff () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 15:27:23 -0700

1) To enumerate shares on student machines, one tool that I've found
useful is Angry IP  Scanner, found at
http://www.angryziber.com/ipscan/. You'll want to grab the shares.dll
plugin for it, if you're scanning from a Windows box.

2) To stop it from happening, you'll need to either:

     a) Stop them from being administrators on their machines
          (*That's* not going to happen - just google 'nordahl
password' to see why)
     or

     b) Engineer your network so that SMB/CIFS doesn't work between
     the workstations on your LAN.
          (I find that highly unlikely also)

Kurt

On 25 Oct 2007 14:54:51 -0000, ankit.gupta.er () gmail com
<ankit.gupta.er () gmail com> wrote:
Hi,


Please help me. I am in a college and I am been given a task by my lead.

He has asked me scan the data student copy and past opening each other's computers


eg.


//172.2.2.2/c$


etc


I want to know how to know about the number of drives student create logicaly.

And can we stop it from happening..


And just a few minutes ago I was surfing over LAN. I faced a strange senario..

I was able to ping their workstation, was able to open their ip  through cmd prompt but was not able to access the 
drives...


help me out. m completely lost..


Thanks and Regard

Ankit





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