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Turn off Printers and Faxes


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Chill-Gamer

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okay I REALLY want to know this,
when somebody runs me: \\chill-gamer and then they see: Chill Gamer, < that's the folder im sharing..
and they also see Printers and Faxes, but how do i remove that?

and is it possible if they run me: \\chill-gamer that they will be automaticaly redirected to the 1 folder im sharing located on my C:/

please anyone help me :whistling:


thanks in advance
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Hi! :whistling:

From my knowledge, it sounds like your in a computer network and you don't want to allow other people on your network to be able to use your system resources such as; printer and fax, is this correct? I believe the best way to disable this is by clicking on your network options, or your printer options, and uncheck "share" this printer or fax, and that should make it so that no-one on the network can use your system as a host.
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i want them to find me, and if i host a game they can find me too, but i want to remove the printers anf faxes icon/folder in my shared thingie when somebody runs me
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