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Connecting two computers (Windows 98 and XP) for Internet Connection Sharing

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I need to utilize Internet Connection Sharing between a client machine (Windows 98 SE) connected to the multi-port LAN Adapter installed on a host machine (Windows XP) .  The XP box is connected to a one-port DSL modem via Yahoo ISP.

My plan is to enable ICS on both machines.  However, I am not certain whether the Yahoo DSL software is needed on the '98 machine.

Any detailed ideas?
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Go to My Network Places and begin the Add Network Place wizard. (Also - Start->Programs->Accessories->Communications->Network Setup Wizard)
I believe there's a guide there to establish connection between the two devices along with the option to create a setup disk for the client.

http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp_ics/
http://www.xtremecomputer.com/techworks/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=7&FORUM_ID=11&CAT_ID=19&Forum_Title=Adding+Windows+XP+to+an+Existing+Network&Topic_Title=XP+ICS+%2D+Starting+the+Network+Setup+Wizard
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