Since we can't count on all users to apply, check the permissions on the folder and if need be, add that user you use to connect with (to the folder permissions.)
I've networked two Win 7 computers, A (tower desktop) and B (laptop). From B, I can create new folders and do anything I want on A, But on A I can't create new folders on B ("You need permission to perform this action"). This is preventing some needed software from running correctly.
- From A looking at properties on B, and also on B looking at properties on A, Advanced Security Settings/Permissions shows all users having "Full control".
- The Owner user is also included as a user in Advanced Security Settings/Permissions for both A looking at properties on B and B looking at properties on A.
You can probably tell that I'm far from expert at networking.
Any ideas for me to try?