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Can we add user from difference location but in same workgroup into ACL list . XP Pro

Posted on 2009-12-21
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
The computer "A" has a user account named "JACK . The computer "B" has a user account named " John" .

Computer "A" and computer "B" are is the SAME workgroup . They are all XP Pro workstations.

On  the Computer "B" ,  I created a folder named "ABC" , once I  right click on ABC folder > Properties > SharingTab > click on "permission" button >  now in the " Share Permission ACL List > click "Add" button > click "Advanced" button > click "Find Now" button >

I cannot find the user account named Jack ( from computer "A" ) .

I only can see all the users from same location ( computer "B" )

My question is :-
Can I add Computer"A" user account "Jack" into the ACL list ( on computer "B" ) ?
Question by:kcn
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ringw earned 2000 total points
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No, you can't. You have to create Jack and John on both computers A and B and assign the same password. Then just apply your ACLs out of the local Jack and John account.

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