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  Reply # 1298046 5-May-2015 08:18
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timmmay: I do have a local account, but I don't remember if I created the shares using it. Have you checked file and share permissions?


I'm pretty sure I had all the permissions etc correct. I'll double check tonight. There seems to be an issue when using a Microsoft account, the shared folders still require a password etc even when you've switched passwords for that share off.



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  Reply # 1298486 5-May-2015 16:10
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Try network and sharing center -> advanced sharing settings, there are some things you can tweak in there. I don't think my shares were done by a local user, and if they were I've changed everything since then anyway.




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