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when windows2000 accessing windowsxp,there is no need to enter username.
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by:kronostm
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nice statement.

I agree.

Anyone else?
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joke apart .... tigerliu77 , do you wanna access your computer using a passwd ?
On the XP machine check the guest account in control panel -> users      and     simple file sharing option in windows explorer -> options
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by:majidbhatti
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hi tigerliu77

ya it is not true you will have to give username and password.... and once you give your session is established then u donot need to give it again and again....

i hope this helped u
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by:Rich Weissler
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If both machines are in the same domain, and the user account logged into the 2000 machine also has access to the XP machine, that is definately the way it will work.  (And if the folder on the XP machine is configured to allow access to "everyone", then they will always have access.)  

Obviously if you want a different behaviour, you would need to change those permissions.
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tigerliu ... do you have a domain set ?
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