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Step 1: Enable the Guest Account (The Default Windows XP Guest Account)
Step 2: Open the Command prompt by clicking Start>Run and typing cmd or by holding the windows key down hitting R and then typing cmd then pressing enter
Step 3: Type "Net user guest password" without the Quotes.
Step 4: Add a password to the Guest account (this will be the password to access the shared folders)
Step 5: Reboot the computer and your done.
Once rebooted you can disable the Default Guest account and the password still remains. Username is the active user, password is always the one specified under the guest account. Thus passwording all Shared Folders.
My Laptop's username is the same as my computer and the Password on the laptop is the same as the Guest Accounts Password, therefore I do not have to enter a password to view Shared Files, but the othes in the house have to!
Hope this may help someone else. And thank you all who have helped.
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