The security tab will be on the folder. Instead of going to my computer goto my network. When you expand the tree you should see a folder called I. Right click that
How to configure file sharing in Windows XP
- Under the Sharing tab for the folder you want to share, click the Permissions button and give the following permissions to the user account that you want to connect with: Full Control, Change, and Read.
- Go to the folder that you want to share and click on the Security tab for that folder. The user that you want to connect with should be given the following permissions: Full Control, Modify, Read & Execute, List folder contents, Read, and Write.
You suggestion worked fine for me, and I the word "folder" gave me the idea that not a physical disc, but a folder should be shared as a network drive so that SlingCatcher can use it.
So, only after I declared a local folder as a Network drive [instead of the entire disk], I was able to add it to the SlingCatcher.
I think it might be useful if you mention this detail in your instructions.