A mode of security on computers running Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows 98 that protects shared folders and printers using a password. All users use the same password to access the resource, and any user who knows the password has permission to use the resource.
Security options for protecting a shared folder using share-level security include
Share-level security is often used in peer-to-peer networks with computers running Windows 95 or Windows 98. Use the Network utility in Control Panel to enable share-level security.
Graphic S-12. The Sharing tab of a folder’s Properties dialog box.