> Either use a password, or in the case of a media folder with no important information
> in it (music and movies only, that you want to access with a TV or Apple TV or
> something), give read and execute permissions to the "everyone" group.
> Honestly though, you should set up your home group on one, and join that home group
> with the other and permissions should be set automatically. You can't create a
> homegroup on a basic Windows 7 install though; you can only create one in Windows 7
> Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, or Enterprise editions.
Main is Ultimate, target is Pro. And, yeah, it's as you say. I checked permissions before I posted last. I couldn't even add my main rig. It said 'not there'.
Tried the troubleshooter, and it said the time in the target wasn't synced. ?? So I managed to do that - kept erroring out, had to go to the bottom of the list of sites - but that didn't help, neither.
I tried leaving and coming back to the homegroup, but nope. Just weird. (I ain't even tried the password thing, cos I don't want it that way.) I don't know....
Oh, by the way, I *can* access the Users folder on target PC. Weird. (I don't want that either, cos I don't want to be moving shit there just to get at it.)
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