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Sharing Fedora Linux Folders with Remote Windows Systems

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Although Linux is increasingly making inroads into the desktop market, its origins are very much server based. It is not surprising therefore that Linux has the ability to act as a file server. It is also extremely common for Linux and Windows systems to be used side by side both in home and business environments. It is vital, therefore, that files on a Linux system be accessible to both Linux, UNIX and Windows based systems over network connections. Similarly, shared folders residing on Windows systems must also be accessible from Fedora systems.
Click on the ''Add'' button in the toolbar to add a new folder to share. The following dialog will subsequently appear:
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[[Image:fedora_windows_share_access.jpg|Shared resources on a remote Windows system]]
 
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