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Creating Simple Home Network

Posted on 2011-09-20
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I have 2 computers hooked up to the internet in my office. (see attached diagram).  Each computer has a printer and scanner connected to it. I need some "easy - well laid out" step-by-step instructions to be able to share files and printers (and possibly scanners) between the two systems.  Both systems are running XP Pro 2002 SP3.

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by:John-Charles-Herzberg
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I think this is what your are looking for.

How to Set Up a Small Network with Windows XP

I will find a scanner sharing option for you also.
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by:msis2002
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Hi John-Charles-Herzberg,

Thanks for responding so quickly.  Is there a link or something to accompany your response?

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ATEN's HDBaseT Presentation at InfoComm 2017

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It is really quite simple.  I assume you have windows xp pro, if you have home edition there are workarounds but with windows xp pro, a little network is easier to setup.

Here is a link to give you a general idea.

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question353.htm
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Thanks to all...
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