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We are Two computer on the network, how to block connection to the PC1 on the PC2. I dont want exchange traffic or anything on the 2 pcs, but I dont find on google, how to block computers on the same network
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Hi Sangoino,

I'm not quite sure I understand your request.

You have 2 computers on the same network though you do not want them to share each others libraries. Correct?

If this is the scenario, please go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center and under Change your networking settings look for Change homegroup and sharing options. Next, in the homegroup settings, look for and click on Choose what you want to share. That should open a window where you can choose what you want shared between the 2 computers.

Let us know if that helps.

Donna :)
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