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Normal sharing With samba under Linux [1],[2] you will be able to see the file shared by a Windows computer and to allow to windows users to see your files. With windows you can share one or more directories [3] as usual for the previous windows versions. You have to set the authorizations for the allowed users, if only for reading or even for writing......


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My first suggestion would be get drop box. You can just drag and drop files onto your dropbox account and use them off of both computers. Dropbox actually has a lan sync option which can automatically sync over files to each computer. www.dropbox.com If all else fails, you can always use USB thumb drives! Which actually could be faster depending on usb 3 ...


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Some installers need to be accessible by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM, but network drives are user-specific. EnableLinkedConnections won't help in this case. Delete your existing network drive and map it again at system level. To do that, create a scheduled task with action: net.exe and arguments: use z: \\host\share\ (provide password, if needed) and change the ...


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You can remove the administrative shares on a Windows box and prevent them from being created automatically by editing the following registry key and setting its value to 0: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\AutoShareServer To apply this change, you must stop and restart the server service, which you can easily ...



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