2 machines, both running Windows 2000 Professional.
Both on the workgroup "STORE"
I want to share one department's computer's c: drive (this is all set up) so the BOSS can connect to it without having to supply the username and password of the department computer everything he logs on.
Only problem is that I can not add him to the permissions box on the department machine. The Look In: box on the Select Users or Groups dialog box is disabled and only the local machine name shows. Printer and File sharing is enabled and all that good stuff, IP scheme is the same.
Main question is how to add him to the permissions for the shared drive??
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