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    Learn how you can help protect your computer with software that blocks or removes viruses, spyware, and other malicious or unwanted software.
    Windows does not support using passwords to protect shared folders, but you can control who is able to access a shared folder by setting sharing permissions.
    In Microsoft Excel, the Visual Basic Protect method (syntax 2) or Unprotect method may fail when you attempt to protect or unprotect a workbook if the following conditions are true: The module that contains the Protect or Unprotect command is hidden...
    Describes how to help protect a SQL Server database by using Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2006.
    This step-by-step article describes how to add additional file types to an ASP.NET application to protect certain file types. By default, ASP.NET is configured to intercept and to stop requests for several different file types that are used in ASP.NET...
    Describes a problem that how to use Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2006 to help protect an Exchange server.
    This article contains a list of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the automated portion of the Microsoft Protect Your PC Web site. Q1: What is the Protect Your PC Web site? A1 : The Protect Your PC Web site is a Microsoft Web site that...
    In Microsoft Excel 2002 and in later versions of Excel, when you use the Protect method with the UserInterfaceOnly argument set to True (UserInterfaceOnly=True) to access a password-protected worksheet, you are prompted for a password. In earlier...
    Describes a scenario in which error 0x800423f3 or 0x80004005 occurs when you use System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 to protect an Exchange storage group. A resolution is provided.
    In Microsoft Excel, individual worksheets can only be protected one sheet at a time. It is not possible to protect multiple worksheets in a single step. However, you can use Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications code to protect multiple sheets...

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