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sleepsleep
ok,
i am curious and wish to know if you guys got any ideas under such situation =)

let say a shared folder with a shared file in network,

\\PC1\fasm.txt

application in PC2 and PC3 to read & write to this file,

PC2 able to read/write normally.

but for PC3

PC3 should be able to read/write normally, just only we want the write to be discarded somehow somewhere before it got sends to PC1 shared file.

PC3 now perceived as if it updated data, but in reality, those data just gone discarded.

ok, any ideas =)
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A filter perhaps could work. You'd make an IP address white/black list, then tell the file system to create a special copy of the resource/file for that one particular client.
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