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Missing Computer on Network

Posted on 2000-03-03
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I have been playing around with all the settings I could find flicking every switch to see what it did.
I know, maybe a little silly.

But I have now hidden a computer from the others on the network. I remember a setting 'hide this computer in My network places' or something like that

Can anyone tell me where the setting is as I can't remember

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Open the registry and check this key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\LANMANSERVER\PARAMETERS

There will be a Value Called "HIDDEN", change this from 1 to 0

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