To create shares on a server running Windows Server 2003, you must be a member of the Administrators or Server Operators group. You can create shares using Windows Explorer, Computer Management, or NET SHARE from the command line.
Windows Explorer works well when you want to share folders on the computer to which you are logged on.
Using Computer Management, you can share the folders on the local computer and on any computer to which you can connect.
Using NET SHARE, you can create shares from the command line or in scripts. Type net share /? at the command prompt for details on using this command.
As an administrator, Computer Management is the tool you'll use the most for creating and managing shares. After ...