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How can I restrict access from my PC over the network to only certain folders on my Mac? At the moment I can access all the files on my Macbook from my desktop PC, I'd rather have it access only a few folders instead.

Any ideas? Cheers.
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if Windows-style share level access you talk about, try using SharePoints apps. it's great for sharing custom folders on your Mac
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