Here is the following problem.
In general applies, the computer B can access(reading, writing and creating) to shared directory/files of the computer A.
I have on the computer A encrypted folder which is also shared on the local network. Computer A's certificate is on the computer B in Personal folder (described procedure is on http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Share-encrypted-files in the "Share encrypted files between two computers" section).
That allows the computer B to read and write to existing encrypted files of computer A. But when the computer B is trying to copy or create file in encrypted folder of the computer A I'm getting the message "Destination Folder Access Denied: You need permission to perform this action."
So, is it possible that computer B copy or create file in encrypted folder of the computer A (copying or creating is possible on non encrypted folders)?