how can I share on my net and not on another

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by see.cher, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. see.cher

    see.cher Guest

    I want to be able to share all my laptop when connected to my home
    network but not share when it is connected to another network.

    How can I configure this to work automatically, without resetting the
    share each time?

    see.cher, Nov 9, 2005
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    Mike Easter Guest

    Insufficient data. You haven't defined/ characterized/ your alternate
    networks sufficiently precisely yet

    Laptop connected to my home network? How is that? Another network?
    What/how is that?
    Mike Easter, Nov 9, 2005
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    The Prophecy Guest

    pretty sure you can't just unshare a drive when on another network
    automatically.... sharing everything on your hard drive is not a smart idea
    anyway.... all you do there is hand hackers a christmas present..... and
    don't give me that "but i have a hardware firewall in place" shit.... i
    don't care. just don't share the entire drive and you eliminate the need for
    me to bitch about it.
    The Prophecy, Nov 9, 2005
  4. see.cher

    why? Guest

    You create different profiles and set sharing per profile. Haven't used
    it with that option. but it's there.

    It's in the helpfile, there isn't a standalone version on the site that
    I could see.

    why?, Nov 9, 2005
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    Randy Guest

    why? skrev:
    why not take a look at GlobeSoft's MultiNetwork Manager 8

    It will not only allow you to create and switch between different
    profiles it will also suggest the correct profile when connecting at
    other networks,
    Its powerful, comes with a nice Interface and $9.95 for the standard

    Randy, Nov 10, 2005
  6. see.cher

    why? Guest

    Because I have 3 licenses for netswitcher, or did you mean to reply to
    the OP and not just the last thread in the post?

    why?, Nov 10, 2005
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