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    Adata SC660H External SSD

    Is it time to retire the external hard disk?
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    Re: Adata SC660H External SSD

    Copying content from one PC to another used to feel like a chore
    Last time I had this issue was because Microsoft in their infinite wisdom decided to cripple simple network file sharing on newer versions of Windows. It's been a while since I had to copy things across the network, I ready many guides, created users on machines with the same credential and such like but no joy. A USB hard drive was the quick solution for copying Steam game files around...

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    Re: Adata SC660H External SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Copying content from one PC to another used to feel like a chore
    Last time I had this issue was because Microsoft in their infinite wisdom decided to cripple simple network file sharing on newer versions of Windows. It's been a while since I had to copy things across the network, I ready many guides, created users on machines with the same credential and such like but no joy. A USB hard drive was the quick solution for copying Steam game files around...
    I had this issue, was something with using @domain in username to make sure it actually connects to right place as well as using same username as target machine. For some reason creating random usernames to make sure nothing else gets shared no longer worked. :X

    oh, and target machine had to be password protected

    anyway, annoying, but fixable and working just fine
    Last edited by aniilv; 26-04-2017 at 03:09 PM.

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