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how can i release a password demand on the net

Posted on 2014-01-27
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i'm using an XP based network.
one station (a server) can see the other stations on the net,
but no other can see freely in the sever.
a trial to get into it, demands password!
what can I do to release it
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> a trial to get into it, demands password!
what can I do to release it
Enter the password.

Turn off simple file sharing in XP...  that's at the bottom of Advanced settings on the View tab in Tools -> Folder Options... of Windows Explorer.
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thanks, but I found it alone
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