A Microsoft Windows NT administrative tool for managing Windows NT domains and servers. You can use Server Manager to:
Graphic S-5. Server Manager.
The administrative functions of Server Manager in Windows NT are divided among several administrative consoles in Microsoft Windows 2000. For example,
To use Server Manager to create a new share on a remote server, you must know the exact path to the folder you want to share. To determine the exact path, map a drive to the root administrative share on the appropriate drive of the remote server (for example, \\REMOTE_SERVER\C$) and browse the folder structure or create a new folder. Return to Server Manager and choose Shared Directories from the Computer menu, click the New Share button, and enter the share name and path.