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The best way to work around the potential conflicts that can occur when more than one version of Windows Server (i.e. Windows 2000 and NT 4.0) is accessing the same NTFS volume is to:
a. Upgrade your version of NTFS
b. Change the ACL for the problematic object
c. Download the SP4 Security Configuration Manager for NT 4.0
d. Destroy all NTFS permissions on the problematic object
e. Call in an NTFS hostage negotiator
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