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You can always create different user account enabling password login where other account users would not be able to access the folder you want to lock.

I don't think xp has any options to put a password to a specific folders on the hard drive.

Raj

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You can always create different user account enabling password login where other account users would not be able to access the folder you want to lock.

I don't think xp has any options to put a password to a specific folders on the hard drive.

Raj

Thanks, Raj.

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You can use TrueCrypt, and create a file that you can "mount" (using TrueCrypt software) as a Virtual Partition on your Windows Xp, password protected of course. There are a number of different scenarios that you can use with this software. It runs from a flash drive without requiring any installation (so you can have your trucrypt file on your flash drive). Did I mention that is open-source ;)

http://www.truecrypt.org

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