Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin (More info?)
It is probably because the folder you are sharing has permissions on it's
parent folder that doesn't have administrator as part of that access. When
you create a folder inside another, it inherits permissions from the parent
folder, and it keeps those permissions the same unless you change them.
"Ken W" wrote:
> Some of the folders I'm attempting to share don't have the system
> administrator by default in permissions. What causes the administrator to be
> there or not?