You could setup a HomeGoup. Then just add the
c:\ to the HomeGroup.
Skip to part 2 to see how to add the
Taken from dummies.com. A big thanks to the authors of the Dummies collection, Woody Leonhard
How to Set Up a Homegroup in Windows 7
- Click the Library icon on your taskbar to launch your Libraries
Right-click the Homegroup link in the Navigation Pane and click
the Create a Homegroup button.
If you don’t spot the words Create a Homegroup, your Homegroup is
already set up on this PC; choose Change Homegroup Settings instead,
and move to the next step.
If you see a Join Now button instead, a Homegroup has been created
on another PC in your network. You’ll need to get the password from
the PC that created the Homegroup in order to join.
Select what items to share on your Homegroup and click Next or
Process the password and click Finish.
Type the password into each Windows 7 PC within your Homegroup. If you
forget the Homegroup password, you can find it on any PC on the
Homegroup: Open any folder, right-click the word Homegroup in the
Navigation Pane, and then choose View Homegroup Password.
Adding folders to a Windows 7 HomeGroup
- Navigate to the folder you want to put in the HomeGroup.
Chose Start→Computer and then locate the folder you want to share.
- On the menu bar, click the Share With button and choose how you
want the folder shared.
Choose HomeGroup (Read) to give everyone in your HomeGroup read access
to the files. Choose HomeGroup (Read/Write) only if you trust everyone
not to delete or otherwise clobber the files.
- Go to the HomeGroup window and view the available libraries and