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Thanks for all your good help. http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/ Might be some ideas there that will help. Click Close, and then click Close on the File menu. But the term originally had a more benign meaning, and you'll still hear it used this way whenever developers get together. have a peek here

There is no substitute for a little self-research. Type a user name (preferably a one-word name: for example, type JDoe for John Doe) and password. Originally posted by Calle I then made a rule for the SVHOST: Where the protocol is UDP And where the host is: Here I put the IP numbers of the two this is megabits per second, right? http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=883918

After that's done, the printer and individual shared folder should remain.)Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - XP and Vista Networking by sretep66 / June 3, 2007 If you install IPX, there is generally no configuration necessary and IPX will not route over the INTERNET. ------------------ P933, 133MHZ FSB, 256M RDRAM Ultra 160, 18.2GB Cheetah Annihilator Pro, SBLIVE, Didn't seem to make any difference. CLNTRUST.EXE made its appearance with BorderManager 3.0, and was updated once in the BM3SP2.EXE patch.

This will cause CLNTRUST to fail, until you disable the personal firewall again. These two computers connect to the internet through the same hub. In the Add User dialog box, type a user name (preferably a one-word name: for example, type JDoe for John Doe), and then click Next . Are they equally safe?

Click Next. Duplicate the previous post and that's exactly where I am.I have spent three days trying to get my new Acer5920G to file share with my network which has one XP machine I have seen issues with the versions dated 2003 that went away when using an older version. However, if it does not matter, go ahead and use NetBEUI.

Is it true I can just overwrite with XP? Enabled/CHECKED "File and Printer Sharing" on both computers in the "Control Panel/Network Connections" section?Made sure that such sharing is allowed through your firewall? (On the Windows Firewall, there should be an Double-click Network. really?

If you want to replace the version on a server (in the SYS:\PUBLIC directory), you may experience problems trying to copy it with the old version being held open while it If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. by shaferain / March 1, 2007 6:19 PM PST I have a desktop with WinXP Pro and a laptop with WinVista Home Premium, and I don't know the reason that these my Pc's name is "PC" and my laptop's name is "LAPTOP" << Original huh!!

Besides the issue with Symantec Antivirus as described below. http://inc1.net/having-problems/having-problems-with-6600gt.html by heartcoresean / June 2, 2007 2:28 AM PDT In reply to: networking XP and Vista ok so i bought a Vista home laptop which is an ACER laptop. This is the service that Internet e-mail autoprotect uses." Matt Hudson says "The only fix for this I have found is to remove the "POP3/SMTP Snap-In" via add/remove programs." CLNTRUST Failures Click OK to save the settings.

After you set up a user name and password on the computer that is running Windows 95 or Windows 98, create the same user name and password on the computer that I know that CLNTRUST is not supposed to need a license, but in this case, it appeared to be failing due to a licensing issue. So there is no client and no gateway. Check This Out i.e in mbps!!!

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - networking XP and Vista by 321Chris123 / March 23, 2007 8:35 PM PDT In reply to: File Sharing between XP and Vista. I feel the best setup is to use Outpost Pro on your Gateway machine with the clients IP in the trusted zone and Outpost free on the client. You can use an IF statement in the login script to test for OS version, and branch to a section of the login script that launches a specific version of CLNTRUST.

New version of CLNTRUST for XP Problems Updated Nov. 6, 2002: I have pulled the interim field test version of CLNTRUST off my web site as the version number was incorrect,

AKA- The ultimate gaming machine (well it WAS three years ago anyway). Set that to DWORD 1. Again, since you are using FREE, I am assuming that you disabled the Global Rule for DNS are are directly defining DNS rules for SVCHOST. And it worked somehow to make the desktop appeared in the 'Net Map' of WinVista.

From my WinME machine to my Win2k machine, i'm getting about 3.5mbps. Note that peer-to-peer workgroup computers typically use NetBEUI for local LAN communication and TCP/IP for Internet connectivity.Click the Identification tab and note the workgroup that is listed in the middle box. So my new spec is: Linksys Etherfast Cable/DSL Router/Switch (10mbps via WAN, and 10/100mbps via LAN) 10/100 network cards, in Win2k and WinME machines. http://inc1.net/having-problems/having-problems-with-hijack-this.html any help????pleasex Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Well, Have You??

I tried to move CLNTRUST over to the w/s hd and increased time out in NWadmin, but still all my users are getting the 403 error. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Cat5 Network cable (Blue/Grey), between hubs and nics. My software never has bugs.

The old NW client 32 ver 3.2 works fine with the newer clntrust from BM3SSO1. Even if you only play after hours, it gives the boss the wrong impression.Here is how to install IPX.