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This troubleshooting checklist helps you setup a Windows 98 computer to work or network with a machine running Windows XP Professional. A step-by-step guide is provided that shows you what is required to be completed on a Windows 98 machine and then how to run the Network Setup Wizard in Windows XP Professional.
 
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Troubleshooting Checklist That Outlines The Procedure For Successfully Configuring A Home Network
This document will outline the steps required to succesfully setup Windows XP workstations to communicate with each other over a home network.

CHECKLIST: Identifying What You Want From A Home Network

Identifying your need for a home network is the first step in succesfully setting up workstations, installing protocols, and configuring file and folder access permissons. The following list of items summarize the main benefits and reasons why you would want to have home network configured.

SHARE INTERNET ACCESS

Sharing an Internet connection is the most common reason one would want to setup a home networking. Multiple PC's can be connected to the same Internet Service Provider (ISP), browse the web, send or receive e-mail, and complete other Internet related functions.

The following illustration demonstrates how easy it can be to configure an home network for Internet access, provided that all the neccessary hardware and is configured properly.

 

CONTROL AND LIMIT INTERNET ACCESS

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SHARE FILES, FOLDERS, AND PRINTERS

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SIMPLE WORKSTATION MANAGEMENT

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