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When i opens the My Network Places folder to communicate with my work group It seems to be very slow infact it is not responding.how can i overcome this problem
Does the network eventually show up or is there an error?
When connecting to a network, especially a large network or a network with a lot of shared files and folders, My Network Places will take a while to open because it searches the network for all shared items and all connected equipment. Just give it time, and it will either show you your network, or give you an error.
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Double-click the "My Computer" icon on the desktop.
This opens the Explorer window.
Navigate to the folder you wish to share.
Right-click the folder and select "Properties." Click the "Sharing" tab.
This is where you configure the folder for network sharing and set permissions for users to access the directory.
Click the "Share" button.
This opens a window with a list of users configured on the network.
Add the groups and users who are allowed to have access to the folder, by highlighting the name and clicking the "Add" button.
When you've added all the users, click the "Share" button.
Click the "Advanced Settings" button.
This opens a configuration window where you can give the folder name an alias.
This hides the real name of the folder and shows the alias to users when they browse the computer for open shares.
Type a friendly name into the textbox and press the "Ok" button.
Click "Ok" in the main share properties window.
The settings are saved and take effect immediately.
hope this helps
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You will be able to run all executables on your
desktop and will be able to open all documents on the desktop. The
programs also will work but you will not be able to save any thing in
any folder as it refuses to open the folder/drive in the "Save as"
The solution of this problem can be done by using the
Microsoft Management Console to fix issues with access
permissions.TGA. The procedure is as follows..
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