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Setting-Up a Small Network Permissions correctly

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Sharing specific files and folders. This is pertaining to a Four box network, the machines are networked via a Linksys Router. I need to set specific permissions in this Non-Server XP Pro/XP Home environment. The company owner needs full access to all machines/files & folders. The other three machines will need limited access to the other machines and extremely limited access to the owner’s machine. I have a limited understanding on how to do this but really need an outstanding whitepaper to be sure that it’s done correctly. I do understand the print sharing concept. Thanks and have a great weekend.

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Glad I could help.  Thanks!
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