|25 Oct 2009||#1|
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Home Premium connection to Time Capsule Disk
I purchased an upgrade to windows 7 (after Beta testing it and using the RC).
I've got Windows 7 Home Premium (i'm cheap and it was only $30). I have it dual booted on a macbook just for games. I'm trying to connect to my Time Capsule disk but the Airport Base Station agent isn't working. I had this problem in the Beta and the RC but fixed it in the Security Policy Editor. I've been looking all morning for the Security Policy Editor and it isn't there. Microsoft just didn't put it in the OS. I tried going through the Group Policy stuff and I took a screenshot which I'll put on with this.
If anyone finds a way around this or a way to fix my problem without editing Security Policies please let me know.
Basically what I'm looking for is a way to connect to my Time Capsule Disk (not for backups, but for storage) without having to use the Local Security Policies Editor. Maybe some way to edit the registry???
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