Win 7 - Using HomeGroup in a small casual office (3 pcs)


Is this the modern way of using a peer to peer network?
Is it reliable and easy to use?

Don't want a server, just to share a few folders
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feck1Author Commented:
Is everyone able to edit files in everyones home group then?
I seem to only be able to view - prompted to save as if I try to edit
feck1Author Commented:
I wonder do I have to set a windows User password on all PCs as well for it to work properly.
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
you have to edit share permissions when sharing folders then users can only view, read or copy the files from the shares.
feck1Author Commented:
Ok so in win7 its possible to set permissions on a folder to edit

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