|06 Nov 2013||#1|
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Shared folder does not work, require authentification
I'd like to share some folder from a computer running on windows 7 Pro, but every times i try to access to theses files on another computer (Windows 7 Pro too), a login window pop up.
Is there some extremely obscure configuration that I don't know or should I install a Linux to use Samba?
So far, here's everything I've done :
Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Change advanced sharing settings > Turn off password protected sharing
Using Regedit, I've changed HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\LSA to set LimitBlankPasswordUse to 0 instead of 1
When trying to share a folder, I right click on it > properties > sharing > advanced sharing > selected share this file, and in authorization > user Everyone have the right on Read / Write
And the Guest User is deactivated
Is there some application that I could use to do all this crap automatically?
 Seems like if I setup my computers on the same residential group it work. I don't want that. I want to be able to access to my stuff on my TV or my Android like if it was a NAS.
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