I'm trying to figure out how the local machine ends up being in a user's NetHood. For example, the local machine name is ABC and appears in the local NetHood as FolderX on ABC. I know that I can make that happen if I access a local folder through Windows Networks, but that doesn't seem to be something that one would do. The NetHood does contain more typical connections to other machines. Thanks.
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