Re: Accessing Systems w/Administrator and blank password

JohnK wrote:
I have a set of 3 systems which I use for testing that are connect
to a switch but not the internet. I want to use a blank Admin
password but then I can't access these devices (shares don't like
Admin w/o passwords).

What can I change on the 3 systems to allow the shares to work?
Would prefer not to set a password only so I don't forget it.

What *are* these systems?
(Operating System(s) and versions)

Shenan Stanley
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