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Work group or home group ?

What exactly is each, & what does one choose ?

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Just what I needed. Thanks !

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If you are using Windows 10 versions of 1803 and later has removed the homegroup from networking. This was done due to security concerns.  Workgroup is all that remains.

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@RobertH489899    This was noted in the first link I provided in Message 2. More can be found in that link that carries you to this, https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4091368 .

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Your point is?  Homegroup and Workgroup have littel to do with sharing.  File and printer sharing is a protocol within the network stack, not dependent on homegroup/workgroup

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@RobertH489899 

I answered the OP's question back on ‎10-28-2018 as he or she stated in Message 3. I am just saying that the 1st link I provided has this information if looked at and read by those interested in this topic.

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@cat0w 

 

Ok, I see, got it!

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