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Accessing shares on another workgroup via a NIC with ICS enabled.

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Hello All,

Currently in a strange computer setup, I have my home network connected to the office network which provides me with internet access.  My home network consists of a workgroup for example named "HOME" with the network of 192.168.0.1/24.  The office network which has the internet access has the example name of "OFFICE" and the ip range of 192.168.2.1/24.

On the "HOME" network I have "PC1" which has two network cards attached, one which is part of the "OFFICE" network and one which is part of the "HOME" network which then has ICS enabled (to share the internet from the "OFFICE" network to the other PC's on the "HOME" network).

The problem is that on "PC1" I have a share (for example called "FILES").  This share is accessible via any of the PC's in the "HOME" network without problem, but this share is not available on the "OFFICE" network.  Does anyone have any suggestions as to how this share could also be made available to "OFFICE" or is this simply not possible when using ICS on the OFFICE NIC?

Thanks
Anubis.
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