how to remove $ sign in network sharing

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    vikasg03 New Member

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    hello
    in my company 200+ PCs are there. 95% system are easily shared. all having either windows98 SE or windows 2000 server edition. But 5% system are not shared to each other when we try to open that PC through share i receive one password window which display message like this \\VISHAL\IPC$ http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=114&stc=1&d=1151683394
    (jpg file also attach)and below is password window. in which i give password. But PC never access. because here i got $ sign. all PC where this sign appears cannot access. other PC easily access.
    Is there any way to remove this $ sign. this error comes in both type of machine i.e 98/2000. means win 98 to win 98 or win 98 to win 2000 access.

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    vikas
     
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    techtronic I Always Prefer 1080p

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    do the operating systems have service packs installed ?
    if so which version
     
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    The shares marked with $ are default shares that are created by Windows for non-user purposes... Create separate shared folders in the same computer and see if you can access them...

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    hello
    in windows 2000 we use service pack 4 . and no patch/pack in win 98 SE. this problem is only in few machines even i share many folders/whole c drive still that $ apperas and other user cannot access my system.
    vikas
     
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