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Thread: snycing data in your home where others on the network can not view it.

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    Default snycing data in your home where others on the network can not view it.

    Not really sure what to do there... but is there a way to make it where folders and files inside them do not show up when networking them?

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    If the files/folders are inside password protected user accounts, they can't be seen by other computers unless you enter it? That's how my network works, anyway, and I thought they were all like that?

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    One way is to use .zip or .rar files to store the files you dont want anyone to see as they can be password protected and save space at the same time. The other more technical way is to set folder permissions so that only you can access them

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