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Windows 8 tablet SMB access

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I don't have one yet, so this is more a research question: Can you access a Windows share from a Windows 8 tablet? How about with RT? I want to open and save files from a desktop or server machine, on a tablet. Can that be done?
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Yes, of course, why shouldn't it :)
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Thanks!
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