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Windows 7: Sharing Woes...

03 Apr 2009   #1
Subliminal

Seven
 
 
Sharing Woes...

Hey guys,

I recently upgraded from 7000 to 7068 and since then have been having issues sharing...

Let me take you back a little bit.

I have an Archos 605 Wi Fi...(cue the clipart)...


Anyway, I have it in my bedroom on a docking station.

On my computer, I have a folder called 'downloads' which I put all my media in and then stream to my bedroom to watch whilst I fall asleep.

Well, with XP and with the last build of 7, I could share it and it would also share the sub folders.

However, since I upgraded, I haven't been able to get into the subfolders. Every time I go into sharing and change the sharing privileges and click save, it doesn't seem to save them.

Anyway, point being, if I move files in those sub folders to the main folder, they're shared and I can access them, but I can't get it into the subfolders, no matter how I try to share it.

Any ideas?


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05 Apr 2009   #2
Subliminal

Seven
 
 

Wow...can't believe nobody has any ideas for me.

Still can't get sharing to work right on 7068.
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05 Apr 2009   #3
32dave

windows 7 build 7600 385x86
 
 

i can't say i have had that problem maybe try sharing the sub folders also homegroup works through IPv6 and Network Sharing works though IPv4 don't know if that helps
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05 Apr 2009   #4
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Cool, thanks for that info about IPv6 and homegroups. That's something I didn't know.
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