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Sharing and Printer settings in windows 8.1
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  Lesson 14: Configuring Shared Resources MOAC 70-687: Configuring Windows 8  Sharing Files and Folders Lesson 14: Configuring Shared Resources  © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2  Understanding Folder Sharing in Windows 8 ã Windows 8 provides three basic methods for sharing the files and folders on the computer: o Homegroup sharing : Simple to set up and use for home users. o Public folder sharing : Often the easiest method, one that users can easily maintain for themselves on a day-to-day basis for small business networkers. o Any folder sharing : Preferable for larger networks, Windows domain networks, or any network with more elaborate security requirements.  © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 3  Windows 8 Sharing Features  © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 4 Any Folder Sharing Public Folder Sharing Homegroup Sharing Shares files from any location Places all shared files in a single location Shares files from their default library locations Enables you to set different sharing permissions for individual network users Uses the same sharing permissions for all network users Enables you to set the same sharing permissions for all network users or set different sharing permissions for individual users  Access can be limited to network users with a user account and password on your computer  Access can be limited to network users with a user account and password on your computer  Access can be limited to network users with a user account and password on your computer
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