How can we restrict a user's access to folders and files on Windows XP

Most often, The administrator of a PCOr even a user thereof, want to protect the contents of some folders or files in them by applying restrictions in Folder Options.

Restricted access a folder is as follows:

1. Log in as Administrator, then open Windows Explorer.
2. go to Tools-> Folder Options-> View. Then uncheck "Use Simple File Sharing".

folder view options

3. Click on the folder you want to protect. Right Click-> "Properties" -> "Security".
4. Add your users have permission to access that folder and / or give remove users who do not want to share then check "Full Control".
5. Click "Advanced".
folder security

6. In the tab "Permission"Uncheck"Inherit from parent the permission entries That... "
7. Click "Edit". Uncheck "Apply These Permissions to Objects and"
permission tab

8. In the tab "Owner"Choose the owner and users with administrator access.
9. Click "Apply"And"OK".

How can we restrict a user's access to folders and files on Windows XP

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