Follow the guide here:
When you get to the configuration section, instead of the configuration text they use, use the following:
comment=Raspberry Pi Share
force user= pi
guest ok = yes
Replace YOURDIRECTORY with the location of you will be putting the .jed file. It should be where the Raspberry Pi programmer is installed.
You should now be able to see the Raspberry Pi on the network:
The folder you created should be visible:
For me to get this to work, I had to turn off my firewall, and enable Network Discovery.