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Can I set up my own computer as a dial-up server under Windows XP so that other computers can call in to connect and establish a network link through which files can be transferred to and from the server? If yes how?Thanks.
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heres a link to some software that will allow you to dial into that xp machine.    http://www.thinsoftinc.com/
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