1, Resource Manager folder
We only need the following settings to see if the file is shared.
Display the folder in Details view, then right-click in the header row of the folder and select "Other";
In the Select Details list, locate and select both shared status and shared, and confirm-
At this point, we can see in the details view in the current folder, which folders have been shared, which folders are not shared;
Shared: Indicates that the folder has been shared to the network through the file sharing feature of Windows, and other device vendors can see the folder.
Private: Indicates that the folder is accessible only as the current user, and other users must enter the current user account, otherwise the shared folder cannot be accessed.
2, Command prompt
The way above can only see if the subfolders in one folder are already shared, but what if you want to see all the shared folders in the current system? First, with a simple command, you can quickly view at a command prompt:
At the command prompt, enter net share.