On my small home network of 3 computers, I want to sit at my desk and copy files over to one of my other 2 PCs - all running Windows 10.
For a while, Windows 10 required us all to be in Homegroup to share, but it seems that this vanished, and now I cannot get media copied over to the Windows 10 PC that we use as a Media PC. I am told that I need permission.
If I Right-Click on the folder on a remote PC and go to the Properties, I can see that the folder is marked as Read-only. I can uncheck this and click &Apply, and it displays a dialog box like it is doing something. However, when I try copying files over, I am told that I do not have permission ...and when I open the remote folder back up, it is marked Read-Only again.
I enabled Nearby Sharing as described in 5 Easy Ways to Transfer Files..., but it now appears that the subfolders are not inheriting the permissions of their parents. (The other options in that example were not what I want to do.)
How do I make it so that a few folders are shared on my home network for Read/Write?