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Default Active Directory and Windows System Files

Hi.

Someone know if it's possible to access the Windows System File through Active Directory in .NET, and how to do it? What I want to do is a application that allow users to access through the web to the Active Directory Server and after a autentification process allow them to access to de Windows System Files.
What I have found on Internet are examples about getting a list of users and computers, but nothing about getting a list of the files that a user can access on the AD Server.
If anyone knows what I have to do or point me on the right direction, it will be much appreciated.

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