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I have 3 machines on my local network

Machine A , Machine B and Machine C

OS on all machines is : Windows 7 64bit.

Sharing Permissions on all machines : Everyone ( Read/Write ) no domain.

Sharing folder name : project

Machine A is sharing folder over the network without password.

Machine B is sharing folder over the network without password.

Machine C is sharing folder over the network without password.

Machine A can normally access B and C without password required.

Machine B can normally access A and C without password required

Machine C can normally access Machine B without password. My problem is *Machine C* requires a password when it access Machine A also the shared folder in Machine A don't have password protected and Machine B can access Machine A without a password !

How can i solve the problem .?

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Tell us more please. Share names, share permissions, users involved, Domain, no Domain,... –  MichelZ Jun 11 '12 at 9:22
    
@MichelZ Sharing Permissions on all machines : Everyone ( Read/Write ) no domain. Sharing folder name : project –  Linux Intel Jun 11 '12 at 9:30
    
Is there any entry in the Security event log with the name of the user - maybe a "logon failed" message or something like that? –  Shannon Wagner Jun 11 '12 at 15:55
    
Also, you said you granted "Everyone" access. Is it safe to assume you have not granted "Anonymous Logon" access? –  Shannon Wagner Jun 11 '12 at 16:04

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