The easiest way is to use the Administrative share, \\Computername\I$, where Computername is replaced with the name of the computer you want to access. This works if you have an administrative account with a password.
So, is it right, you must have a password or more to do it like that?
It is extremely confusing for me, I am not able to set up such a connection. There seems to be so many different passwords, keys or whatever, so many rights you can give at so many places. Such a folder - \\Computername\I$ - is shown, but I do not get access. I tried some instructions about setting up a WLAN without success.
Next up would be to share the I: drive and use it that way. Having accounts with passwords makes this much easier. You could create an account called Transfer with a complex password on both machines and use that to connect the machines.
OK, and that password I would have to enter each time I want to share those partitions / drives, I assume. But I would not need it after starting Win to login?
yes both can have internet while you share drives/folders/files between them.
That is good. I have a working connection for both Laptops to the router / Internet, but how can I involve the two Notebooks to have access to each other?
unfortunately what you propose has great risks. It is very easy to accidently delete something when remotely connected.
Oops, why is that?
I would suggest you only share what you want to edit /park on each and leave the admin share as well as the system files alone.
Alright, so just the partition I: and may be other drives without C:.
Many thanks again.
Edited by Dirkk, 10 September 2014 - 12:20 PM.