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"The system root folder (%SYSTEMROOT%) is shared as ADMIN$. This is your Windows folder, and the administrative share provides administrators easy access to the system root folder hierarchy over the network." "The IPC$ share is used with temporary connections between clients and servers by using named pipes for communication among network programs. It is primarily used for to remotely administer network servers." C$ is the admin share for your local C: drive. See Microsoft KB Article ID 314984 for more details. http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314984

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