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Select Share This Folder, and then give the share a name. You can also limit the number of simultaneous users that can connect to the disk. Click the Permissions button.

By default, the share name is the drive letter you are sharing. Remember that you’re actually sharing the entire disk, not just a folder. The maximum number of simultaneous users is 20.

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