|A friend of mine has an office with 5 PCs. It's probably easier if I refer to them as A, B, C, D, E. PCs A and B are both administrative PCs, so he would like them to be able to edit and read files on all PCs on the network, but he doesn't want PCs C, D and E to be able to see any files on A and B.|
My question is, what is the best way of accomplishing this? Should I put all the PCs on a HomeGroup and edit the permissions accordingly, or can this also be done somehow by putting all the PCs on the same Workgroup and then modifying the permissions somehow?
I'm a noob when it comes to networking PCs. I know how to put all the PCs on the same Workgroup and see each other, but I have no idea how to set permission levels so that only certain PCs can read and write on other PCs. Some help would be great!