Every One, mean every onet hat is on an existing allow list.
It was made to save the need to check, uncheck many accounts one after the
other, it does not mean every one that happen to log into the system.
If you are the Network's single user, or absolutely do not care about
security, switch On the Guest account.
Add the guest to the list of Sharing people as Co-Owner.
Then in the Permission allow the Guest Full Read Write control.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
"Frank Parmelee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Several weeks ago I had to buy a new notebook but did not have the extra
> money to have XP installed. So along with getting used to a new OS, I had
> to spend two weeks or more ironing out networking and connection problems.
> With a lot of patience and hard work eventually the problems got solved. I
> suggest to you to read here, MS's Knowledgebase, and make phone calls and
> you can get the tweaks needed to solve your problems. It takes some time
> and effort, but is worth it in the long run.
> Good luck,
> Make a Great Day
> Frank Parmelee