iTunes Home Sharing doesn't work with NIS on Windows 10
I turned on Home Sharing in iTunes on my computer and my daughter's. Her iTunes can see my library but mine can't see hers. I've read pretty much every available thread about this and have tried a number of steps.
In Norton I set computers on my network to Full Trust, and added my daughter's computer's MAC address as a device with full trust. (Does that require that the name I give it match something on her computer or is it just a local identifier?)
I went into Windows Defender and added iTunes as a trusted app in the firewall. Bonjour Service was already there twice and I changed both of them from public to public and private.
I found a post about Norton Endpoint Protection blocking things so I adapted the solution of that to create two new firewall rules in Norton to allow two ports, TCP 3689 and UDP 5353.
I still can't see my daughter's iTunes library.
What else is needed?