share name

share name

The name of a shared resource such as a file, folder or printer. See share-level security.
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Ex-govt official politically exposed person'controls property portfolio worth more than pound8m UK's NCA releases couple after questioning but investigations will continue against them Govt refuses to share name before conclusion of investigation to abide by UK laws British authorities briefly arrested a former Pakistani government official on Monday on charges of money laundering allegedly as a result of corrupt practices in Pakistan.
He further said that All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) was asked to share name of some consultant to develop the programme, besides the APTMA was also asked to discuss the matter of non-payment of cess with their members and resolve the issue on priority.
'Give him a flick - I dare you!' Catherine Walcott and, er, Catherine Walcott share name but that's where the similarities end.
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It will be his or her choice to share name and contact details in medico- legal case forms, which the police fill when an accident victim is brought to the hospital for treatment.
Entrants must be 18 or over and resident in Wales Entrants required to share name, e-mail, telephone and rugby club data with the promoter and GUINNESS There is one coaching session with Shaun Edwards and 10 signed rugby balls, to be won.
Note that a share name does not have to be the same as the folder on which it is based.
"When do you handle consumer reports and when are you a consumer reporting agency?" The FCRA states that affiliates may share all information without becoming a consumer reporting agency if they first notify the consumer and offer an "opt out." Yet affiliates may share name and address plus transaction and experience without giving an opt out opportunity.
The top quoted share name is that of Hilton, the UK group which owns the Hiltons outside the United States and was originally Ladbroke the bookies, still a key part of the business.
The Cdexecutive service running on the Windows NT server or workstation senses whenever a CD-ROM volume is changed and dynamically generates the network shares associated with that CD-ROM, including the assigned share name, permissions, and concurrent user limits.