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I want to share my one drive on one computer with another computer connected to first computer through LAN so that I can install softwares from one computer to other computer.

How can I do that?

One computer contains the setup files on the drive that I want to share. I want to access those setup files through other computer so that I can run setup from other computer.

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See this tutorial for how to create a network share: Create a network share

This will show you how to make the setup files on the first computer visible to the second one, so that you can run them.


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You cant do it like that. Almost all software makes more than just files, it adds registry entries, sometimes sets environmental variables, etc. This cannot be created on a computer through a simple drive share.

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