More importantly, a sophisticated user can enter a UNC path many other places in Windows and access a server. To stop them you must set permissions appropriately on the server. No matter how the server is accessed, through a mapped drive, command line, Word or other program, if the permissions set on the server do not grant the user access, they will not be able to obtain access using a UNC path. This is really the answer to this q...
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