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Getting File with MSN Msg in a LAN

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Hi There,

I have two computers connectiong with a twisted cable , both running winXP.
comp1 has ADSL internet connection and he's sharing it to Comp2.

I disable the firewall on the comp1 (the one with the internet connection).
I'm runing windows messenger on comp2 and CAN'T get or send any files.

what can be the problem ? it's not enoght that I diseabled the firewall ?

Thank.

Nir.

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Did you also check to see if Internet Connection Firewall was enabled on either machine?
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diggisaur

on comp1 I did right click and properties on the internet connection to disable the firewall , how can I do it on comp2 ? (the one that gets the sharing) couse I don't have internet connection there  ...

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You just do it on the Local Area Conneciton on their....
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I disable the connection trought the bridg and it worked.
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I disable the connection trought the bridg and it worked.
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GReat :)
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