Also I thought the only folders you could share on a Win XP/Pro network were the "Shared"; Documents, Pictures and Music" and there are only one each on any system.
I have 3 home PCs set up to share on home network. The primary "family" computer has 4 user profiles. Each "My Documents" folder is shared for full access from other PCs.
2 of the "My Documents" folders share just fine. But the other 2 will not share. If you connect from another PC, I get a red "Access denied". You can see the folders there, but you can't get into them. What is odd is that the other folders are accessed perfectly fine, and all shared with the same permissions checked using the sharing and security settings.
The primary family computer where the documents are stored runs XP Professional. The other remote systems run XP Home.
Any ideas how to resolve? What would be different about these two profiles that denies access to the shared folders?