I have a very basic home network, which I use to connect my desktop with my laptop, via my router. I run Windows 7 64 home premium, and I set up the network using the Windows homegroup wizard. Under "Network" I can see my Laptop and my Desktop. Under "Desktop" there are two folders - \\Desktop\Users and \\Desktop\Video. I can access the Users folder without any problems, but whenever I try to open \\Desktop\Video I get the message "Windows cannot access [file path]. You do not have permission to access [file path]. Contact your network administrator to request access." I can't work this out, because I am the administrator and I have tried it both in the Administrator account, and also in my user account, which has full administrator privileges. If I go into the security settings for the folder I get the message "You do not have permission to view or edit this object's permission settings."
Can anyone help me understand what is going on here?