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How to View Properties of External Hard Drives on the Home Network


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Posted 24 September 2017 - 09:07 AM

Using Windows 10 ver 1703.  When I open the explorer to find the external hard drive connected to another computer on the home network, it does appear.  I can left click and access the folders.  But when I right click for properties it displays the "size" and "size on disk" properties as zero.  I know this disk is nearly full and this is why I want to see the size--to monitor it.  Under the security tab, settings are full control for everyone.

 

I'm wondering how to view this information remotely from my other (Windows 10) computer on the home network.  The external hard drive I am looking at is on a Windows 7 computer. 



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