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Windows 7 Folder share does not show all files in the folder

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I've recently installed Windows 7 Pro on a workstation.  In one shared folder, there are several folders.  In one of these folder, there are about 5 files, and a couple of other folders.  When I view this shared folder on another workstations (XP and Win 7 H/P) only two of the files show up. I've undone and redone the sharing, no difference.

Anyone know what might be going on?
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Did you check the permissions on that folder or those files? I am guessing inheritance is turned off on that folder.

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right click the files and make sure they are not read only
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sorry... right click > properties
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It was a combination of inheritance issues, and an "unknown contact" from a previous share from the previous Windows XP installation.  Thanks.
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Thanks for the help!
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