Chapter 16. Making Remote Network Connections

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One of the big advantages to having a network is that you can set up shared folders for other people to access, and you can access the shared folders that other people have set up. This is so much easier than trying to share data using less-direct means, such as the old “sneakernet” solution. (That is, place the files on a memory card or other removable media, walk the card over to the other computer—sneakers are optional—and ...

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