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Shared Folder on DOMAIN PC Access to WORKGROUP PCs

Posted on 2013-11-21
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Hello,
      I have a pc on a DOMAIN with a shared folder that I would like WORKGROUP computers to access. When I try to connect I am told I do not have rights to connect. I want to leave the WORKGROUP computer as a WORKGROUP computer. Is it possible to get the WORKGROUP computer to connect to the shared folder on the DOMAIN computer?

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Just allow Everyone to access the shared folder. do it in the Sharing Permission options.
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I did this. When I try to connect it tells me that I do not have permission.
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Make sure the everyone account has access on the Security tab too.

"Everyone"  will need access on both the sharing tab and the security tab.
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Thank you
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