I have some PCs set up in a peer-to-peer network at home.
-PC with XP Pro, connected to the wireless router through a cable.
-PC with XP Home, connected to the wireless router through a cable.
-Laptop with Vista Ulitmate, connected wirelessly.
The PC with XP Pro has Quake III installed on it. How can I set it up so all 3 systems can play a multiplayer Quake III game?
Is it true that the game would only need to be installed on 1 PC and that I would not need to install it on any of the other PCs?
You have two options, you could have one computer act as a dedicated server which would allow the other computers to connect to it so they can play, but the dedicated server cannot be used for playing.
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