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Network Log-In
peternm22 Jul-07-01 05:35 AM
Getting ready to start configuring my network for file/printer sharing. One of the computers doesn't have Network Neighbourhood on the desktop (Win98SE), but I have already installed my network adapter (which does work, because I have been using it for internet). Here is a list of what is in my network properties:
(Client) Client for Microsoft Networks
(Adapter) D-Link USB LAN Adapter
(Protocol) NetBEUI
(Protocol) TCP/IP
(Service) File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks

Anything I'm missing? Any reason why I don't have network neighbourhood on my desktop? The other computer has Network Neighbourhood on the desktop, but this one doesn't.

Thanks,
Peter McDonald

P.S. Both computers are currently sharing an internet connection via a hub. (two IP addresses, with the cable modem plugged into the uplink port... neither computer has problems accessing the net)


2. RE: Network Log-In
lbyard Jul-07-01 07:23 PM
In response to message 0
What does the network configuration on the other computer look like? See http://duxcw.com/faq/network/brreq.htm and other networking FAQs. Larry

3. RE: Network Log-In
peternm22 Jul-07-01 07:46 PM
In response to message 2
Larry,
I managed to fix it myself. I just deleted "Client for Microsoft Networks", and then re-added it. Thanks for the help anyways!

Peter McDonald


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