this is probably going to seem like real 101 stuff to you guys but I'm really stumped.
I'm trying to get the computers at my workplace hooked up.
I've gotten to the point where they can all "see" eachother in the "network neighborhood" or "Computers Near Me" but I get asked for unknown log-on and password upon attempting to access one from the other.
Both are fully updated WIN2k systems.
BOTH have had "sharing" activated on the c-drive and at least a couple folders.
I have full administrator privilidges and access to all the pc's but for the life of me I can't see where to designate a "sharing" password. and frankly I don't WANT one. I've created a workgroup and I'd like to simply designate specific computer names as having unrestricted acsess within that workgroup. Shouldn't I be able to do that?
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