In this Windows 10 FAQ "Show All Shares" is a solution / simple explain how you can view all the shared directories (folders) that exist on your computer at once! However, anyone who is new to Microsoft's Windows OS or just starting to build a home network may not know what releases are and what shares can be used for.
If you have set up your own home network, you have many functions at your disposal and you can share the files saved on your PC with your home network group for other devices. To learn how to share files, folders, and drives on the home network, read this part: ► Command to open Advanced sharing settings in Windows 10?
You can use in Windows 10 the Shared Folders Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in to centrally manage file shares on a computer. Shared Folders enables you to create file shares and set permissions, as well as view and manage open files and users connected to file shares on the Windows 10 computer.
You can share folders and files with others on your network or you can share your entire hard disk on Windows 10. For more control, you can specify the number of users you allow to simultaneously connect to the shared folder for your Win 10 PC.
The maximum number of users allowed to connect to a shared folder is limited by software licensing terms.
You can disconnect users from a shared folder by using the Shared Folders MMC snap-in or by using the command prompt. You cannot disconnect users through Windows 10 Explorer.
Share permissions apply to users who connect to a shared folder over the network. Share permissions do not affect users who log on locally, or log on using Remote Desktop.
View all shared folders on example is usable on: Windows 11, 10 Pro, Enterprise, Home, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows-Server 2019, 2016, 2012, Windows 7 Basic, Professional, Starter, Ultimate
If you enable this policy setting, Windows 10 Search is prevented from automatically adding shared folders to the index. Windows Search does not automatically add shares created on the computer to the scope of the index.
If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, Windows 10 Search monitors which folders are shared or not shared on this computer, and automatically adds them to or removes them from the index.
FAQ 173: Updated on: 18 September 2021 19:30Windows
In order to have access to your own data with other people so that other fanile members can easily connect to the printer or folder, however, the sharing of folders in the network is no longer visible to me and I want to find out which share exists?
Wondering if the display of the existing network shares on Windows 11, 10, 8.1, ...?
How to share a directory for a program under Windows 10 Explorer?
Do you want to view shares for shared use in order to better recognize the data in a network and what is released?
Find the shared folders on Windows-10/11?
Overview of shared folders on Windows-10/11?
I urgently need a very nice overview of all my shared folders, there is a Windows key and to recognize or edit that I do not know the shared folders there is a corresponding share overview?
Share folders and view accesses to them on Windows 10?
The network shares are very useful, but am I losing track?
Search the extended shares on Windows, so a nice overview?
On the computer I can not find all the releases that I have created on the operating system. Are there certain functions to list releases that I have already created?
Show shared folders windows 10?
In my Windows 10 I wonder if I can display all shares need a simple explanation how I can display all shared directories or folders that are on my computer in one go?
So that I can easily share files and music plus videos in Windows, I have released shares in the operating system. I have it on different hard disks and partitions, can I view all these shares and then simply list them?
I start building a home network and wonder if there might be freeware to list the shared folders and what is sharing?
Why can't I see all the shares that can be used?
Make all releases visible in the home network?
Under Shares I have many directories / folders, can I get an overview of what has been available in the network on Windows 10 and MS Server?
See shared folder password?
I have self-made shares for individual folders, but there are many with which I work on the share in the network. Can I make them all visible at once?