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Posted on 2006-06-18
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Can I bring uo computers on network without having to choose !. Network Places. 2. Entire network. 3. Microsoft Windows Network. 4. Mshome. 5. Computer Name.

Can I just go to Mshome computer name.

Thanks Jack
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Yes
in the Start -Run -Type " //Mshome// " 

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sorry it is
n the Start -Run -Type " \\Mshome"

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Actually, it is
Start | Run
\\computername

MSHOME is your workgroup name

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