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How to connect Windows systems in a peer-to-peer network?

By Healer ·
I usually have the Windows systems in the same workgroup and the same usernames and passwords pre-set on systems to be connected. I can usually connect and access the user-configured shared folders and public folders even
though the systems to be connected are not logged on with the same usernames and passwords.

However is it possible to connect without the same usernames and passwords pre-set on systems to be connected?

Can we map networked drives that has no pre-configured shared folders?

I remember we could connect to a system drive such as \\anothercomputer\C$ on another computer in the same domain as an administrator. Is it still true?

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Request for Clarification

by Al Kostiuk In reply to Clarifications

What version of Windows is this for? All the same OS or mixed versions?

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Editions of Windows operating systems

by Healer In reply to How to connect Windows sy ...

Mainly the Windows 7, Vista, and XP which are still in use by a lot of people.

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