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Windows 7: Homegroup Help Challenge

28 Oct 2011   #1
theaudioanalyst

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Homegroup Help Challenge

Hello,

I setup the network and I setup the HOMEGROUP on 1 computer as WORK and the rest as HOME. That messed up sharing. I changed the designation in Windows to HOME and I still can not stream media with other devices! Somewhere, Windows 7 x64 (with 12 Gig Ram) still has an indicator that this computer is a work computer!

Horse feathers!

I have tried removing the homegroup, setting up a new one and somehow there is positive information that always points back to the original homegroup.

Does anyone know how to fix this please?

Many Thanks!

TheAudioAnalyst!


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28 Oct 2011   #2
Roderunner

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This works for me:- File Sharing Settings.pdf


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