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normal network setup

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dear sir,

l would like to setup the normal network using the windows95 that's direct network cable. so l install the windows95 and plug in the network card and cable. so when start the windows95 then login. after that the network is alive. right ? Any others setting ?
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-You need to right click on network neightborhood off the desktop choose properties.
-click add
-select the client for the type of network you are on.
-click add
-select a protocol to use (typically tcp/ip) unless on an old netware network
-goto the properties of each and fill in all appropriate data.

it is pretty simple.

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