Chapter 23. Setting Up a Small Network

Setting up a network on a computer running Microsoft Windows is no longer the complex and sometimes frustrating process it used to be. On a network where every computer is running Microsoft Windows XP, in fact, you may find that your network requires no configuration at all—after you finish setting up Windows, your network is available for immediate access. Even on networks that include a mix of different Windows versions, getting everything connected is usually a straightforward ...

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