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Create local workstation share with GPO

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I have a several of Windows 7 workstations all with a local folder called "C:\TAP".  I would like to set this local folder to be shared on each workstation so that it can be access by any other workstation.  Is it possible to do this through a GPO setting?
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Joseph Moody earned 500 total points
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Sure!

Just use Group Policy Preferences: Network Shares. This is under the computer configuration node.
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It it looking that it is wanting to create a share to a network folder, not the local computer.  How do I set this one properly?
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