Win7 and XP before the share, generally is Win7 can open XP, but XP cannot open Win7.
This can happen if your computer shares files.
You may not have permission to use network resources, contact the server's administrator to find out if you have access rights. Logon Failure: The user is not granted the requested logon type on this computer
Or: Enter a network password to link to:
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Sharing takes only two steps. Open shared and Shared folders
Note: Win7 Please run in admin mode.
The first step is to turn on sharing:
The first step is complete. The share is open.
Step two: Share folders:
1, click a key to share the folder.
2, select the folder you want to share:
3, set the name of your shared folder:
Read Only mode is that someone can see your files but can't modify or delete your files.
Full control is someone who can open your files and delete your files.
4, sharing success!
Note: If your system is win7, the default disk properties do not everyoue the user's permissions. Others are still unable to access your computer, you can click the following to everyone can add permissions.
First step: Click Set folder Permissions.
The second step is to select the disk and authorize it.
Select the folder you have shared: I just shared the E-disk. So I chose E plate.
The disk that is set up for this feature may cause the Recycle Bin files to be lost. Please make sure there are no useful files in your Recycle Bin.
Click OK to add complete permissions. Now the other person will be able to open your file.
Open someone else's file:
Click on someone else's computer to open a file that someone else is sharing.