This chapter showed you how to work with network resources in Windows 98. In your tour around Windows 98's Network Neighborhood, you learned how to log on, access network file and print resources, and share your resources with the network, using both share-level and user-level access control. Here are a few signposts that point to other network-related chapters:
If you're using Direct Cable Connection, you need to share your resources. See Chapter 22, “Portable Windows: The Briefcase and Direct Cable Connection.”
To learn how to install and configure networking components in Windows 98, see Chapter 28, “Setting Up Windows 98 for Networking.”
To learn how to access a network via modem, check out Chapter 30, “Remote Computing with Dial-Up ...