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How do I set my computer not to share certain folders with others. Like if I share my files on the PC it shows all my applications. what I want is just for other computers to only see my documents folder not any other folder.
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You need to use folder sharing from System Pref > Sharing. This has been discussed in the forum numerous times.... Pls use search.
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