|05 Aug 2011||#1|
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Who's "Everybody" for sharing?
I have a home network in which I connect a desktop and a laptop, both Windows 7 Home Premium machines. I've selected "Everyone" for sharing folders between these computers, but who exactly is "everyone"? Is this just everybody on my home network?
If I wanted to change that designation, how can I add each computer's name to the other's shared folders? The add option doesn't seem to allow this. For example, if the desktop is named A and the laptop is named B, I want to list A for B's folders, and B for A's folders.
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