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support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/323386/how-to-connect-to-shared-folders-over-the-network-on-a-domain-in-windo

Double-click Microsoft Windows Network, and then double-click DomainName, where DomainName is the name of your domain. Double-click ComputerName, where ComputerName is the name of the computer that contains the files that you want to access. A list of shared folders and printers on that computer is displayed.

www.wikihow.com/Access-Shared-Folders-on-a-Network

How to Access Shared Folders on a Network. When logged in as an administrator or an authorized user, accessing the shared folders on a network can be accomplished in a few simple steps. In the most commonly used operating system...

etc.usf.edu/techease/win/files-sharing/how-do-i-connect-to-a-shared-folder-on-the-network

Files & Sharing » Windows » Tech Ease: There are a couple of ways to connect to a folder that has been shared over the network. The fastest way is by typing the ... Using the My Network Places window will allow you to create a shortcut that will make it easier to access a shared resource. You can then access the shared  ...

kb.wisc.edu/pharmacy/page.php?id=27981

Jan 9, 2013 ... In most cases, your Windows username and password will be enough to give you access to the shared folder. You can leave the Connect using different credentials box unchecked. Click Finish. If all is working Windows should display a box with the shared folder contents. You can then access the shared ...

www.verizon.com/support/residential/internet/fiosinternet/networking/setup/share/124504.htm

Step 4: Accessing shared network folders in Windows XP Step 4: Accessing shared network folders in Windows XP Once your setup is complete, you can access the folders on your home network that have been designated as shared. This can allow you to share documents between your desktop computer and your laptop.

www.vmware.com/support/ws5/doc/ws_running_sharedfolder_viewing.html

The following sections describe viewing shared folders in Windows and Linux guests. Note: You can use shared folders to share any type of file. However, Windows shortcuts and Linux symbolic links do not work correctly if you try to use them via shared folders. Caution: Do not open a file in a shared folder from more than ...

www.raymond.cc/blog/how-to-access-shared-folders-in-windows-7-without-username-and-password

Nov 27, 2016 ... Windows XP by default allows anyone in the same local area network to access its shared folders without the need to provide a user name and password. This is because the XP Simple File Sharing mode is enabled by default and can be disabled from Control Panel > Folder Options. As for Windows 7, the ...

kb.intermedia.net/article/719

Jun 23, 2016 ... Before you can access another persons' mailbox data, they will have to grant you access permissions. Read the Knowledge Base article on How do I share (let others see) my Outlook folders? for more information. Ask user who granted the permission, what type of access was given to you. This article ...

www.dropbox.com/help/files-folders/share-with-others

Let people view, share, or edit groups of files in your account. Learn how to create shared folders, or fix issues.