Share with - Restore when Missing in Context Menu
How to Add or Remove "Share with" Context Menu Item in Windows 7 and Windows 8
Published by Brink
27 Sep 2010
|10 Nov 2013||#8|
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Hi, I've looked everywhere and redirected here.
I followed instructions to remove the "Share with" option from windows command(menu) bar (next to organize, and burn, and new folder...)
After taking ownership of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\CommandStore\shell\Windows.Sha re, I changed 'Canonical Name' Value from
restart removed the (Share With) button (I don't use homegroup, I use old school network shares on the sharing tab)
I also lost my sharing tab (right click folder, properties, there's usually a sharing tab, where you can create hidden network shares)
I restored the reg backup, and the share with button is back.. but the sharing tab isn't. Makes me think it was already missing, but I don't know how to get it back
Can anyone help? I've checked and the protected ntshrui.dll is in system32
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|10 Nov 2013||#9|
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Fixed! Shellexview had the sharing context menu option disabled. Previously this only disabled the "share with" context menu, but after enabling it, the sharing tab is restored (along with the unwanted share with context menu item, and still the original offender, the share with button on the nav bar).
Tempted to give up! Quitting while .. no longer behind
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