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need to set up a network

Posted on 2006-03-30
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have a 2003 server  and need to set up a small network with 1 computer....i have tried and i can see from the server computer usasa3  but from computer usasa3 i cannot see the server.  

what can be the reason?
Question by:gianitoo
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Jay_Jay70 earned 2000 total points
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Hi gianitoo,

what operating system is the other computer

have you got matching user accounta for each user on each machine

heres an excellent guide to P2P networking from Fatal_Exception


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