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Enable Sharing in Win2K

Posted on 2004-03-23
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I don't have the option for "Sharing" a folder since the "SERVER" service is not running which is required before I can do this.

How do I run the SERVER service since it's not even on the list of services???
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Hi jd576,
open up the network connection settings and enable file and print sharing for microsoft networks    

hth
Chad
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