Accessing peer's share from local logon

From: MSCA (
Date: 06/12/02

From: "MSCA" <>
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 04:57:53 -0700

... just assign appropriate permissions on the Share.

>-----Original Message-----
>Given two workstations in a domain, how can one
workstation share a folder
>so that a user logged on locally to the second
workstation can access it?
>Ie. from the sharing machine how does one specify rights
for the local user
>on the other machine?
>Kenneth Porter

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