I've got an application which stores its settings and other data in a specific folder on my hard drive. I cannot change this location without reverse-engineering the application.
I use the application on two computers at my home. I would like them both to share the same folder, so when I saved my data on one machine, it would become available on the other one. I know this will work because it works by simply copying the files, but that quickly gets tiresome and I would like a more elegant way, preferably with features built inside Windows. One of the machines is constantly online, so if I could somehow "redirect" the folder from the other machine to the shared folder on the first one, it would solve my problem.
Can this be done somehow?
Note - the constantly-online machine is running Windows XP Pro, and the other one (a laptop) is running Windows 7 Enterprise.