Just change the password and they are gone. Also, shares should be passworded anyway. You may run into folk that want no passwords anywhere and that's just too dangerous today.
As to filters, your network, you know what it can do. I don't see model numbers so I can't check into the capabilities such as Guest WiFi which blocks shares.
I use small home wired network (ethernet gigabit) where one WinXP machine is used as Internet router and gives ip adresses to connected clients (other windows xp clients).
I wish to add wifi extender (DLink) to this network using utp cable. After I connected this wifi extender to gigabit switch using utp cable everything works fine, so I can browse network resources of this wired network by android tablet.
Problem arises when I wish to restrict network access to unauthorized wifi users. In fact, my wifi neighbours can browse folders on my wired network easily. Precisely, I wish to enable only authorized wifi user to browse my network.
How to solve this issue? I thought about filtering users based on ip address of my wifi extender.
Any help appreciated.