Windows unshared folders access as Admin

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Windows has implicit shares called Administrative Shares that allow you to map any partition on a remote Windows machine if you have domain Administrator or local Administrator privileges. The drive letter is followed by a $ to indicate the hidden Administrative Share. There is also an admin$ share name that is the %SYSTEMROOT% directory (usually C:\WINDOWS). You can connect to the machine by its name or to its IP address.

Open the Run dialog from Start | Run..." and enter something like the following in the Open text field: