Windows 10: Folder share issue involving network path

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  1.    13 Apr 2018 #31

    EDIT: i mean right click in open space on the right.


    Wow. If the firewall and that couldn't work. My next guess would be to backup the laptop to an external HDD and then clean install Windows and copy back your data. Unless someone else has an idea that I haven't thought of.

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       13 Apr 2018 #32

    Yeah, it's definitely not worth that much effort :)
    I'll monitor the thread to see if anyone comes up with something, but otherwise I'll live with it.
    It's not the end of the world.
    Thanks again!
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  3.    13 Apr 2018 #33

    You're welcome.

    I had one last thought about HomeGroup but figured you would have mentioned that by now.
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