How to protect a single file with a password in NT?

How to protect a single file with a password in NT?

Post by Sergio De Santi » Tue, 30 Apr 1996 04:00:00

i'll like to protect a single file in windows NT with a password
for controlling the http access on some file on my Web Nt Server.

For visit my Web site

Thanks in advantage

                           Sergio De Santis


1. Can Single Program be Password-Protected

    I'm not sure if this is the right newsgroup to ask this question.
If not, can someone suggest a different newsgroup.
     I just gave a newsgroup reader program to a friend.  She has it
working, but she wants to "protect it" so that other persons in her
family cannot access it, even offline.
     She as windows 98.  Does win98 offer any kind of password
protection to prevent a single program .exe from being opened?
If not, is there any kind of utility that will do so.
     She wants her whole desktop available to other family members.
She just wants this one program protected.
     Thanks for any info/help.

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