Thank you for the update.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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I found where to set it. It's in the Properties -> Sharing -> Advanced
Sharing -> Permissions, then grant the user Full Control access.
It seems it's very hard to navigate to the right place to change it. I
was looking at the Properties -> Security tab and was unable to make
On Sep 8, 8:13 pm, "Robert L [MVP - Networking]" <nore...@hotmail.com>
> Have you assigned permissions in the Security tab? Or this link may help,
> Vista Permission IssuesCan I assume the external drive used to be connecting to other computer and you just re-connect it the the Vista? Check the permission using this command: . ...
> Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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> I have two Vista machines. On machine A, I enabled sharing on the
> Documents folder. I am the owner and have the Full Control access. On
> machine B, I can see the files, but I can't update or create a file in
> the shared folder. Why is that? Both machines have the same login name
> and password.