Does deleting a file on the main computer also delete the file on the computers in the homegroup?

While downloading a series of photos I accidentally had clicked to share them in the homegroup. I did not want to. I deleted the photos so they would not be seen in the homegroup, then re-downloaded them with the proper setting to share with nobody. But did the deleting from my computer also delete them from the homegroup?
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Marwan OsmanCommented:
sure, since the photos are psychically located on your computer, and they are shared to others, so when you delete a photo or stop sharing or having a network issue, other computers cannot see the shared photos unless they have copy the photos to their computers before you deleted them.

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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
No, if the photos were downloaded or saved on your Pc and you shared that folder, they would only be on your PC. All you had to do was delete the share on that folder or move the photos to another folder that was not shared.

Hope this helps!
Marwan OsmanCommented:

this what I mentioned in my comment.
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