Presentation on theme: "Setting Up a Peer-to-Peer Network For Each PC –Install the Client for Microsoft Networks –This supports peer-peer networking Implement Sharing –In the."— Presentation transcript:
Setting Up a Peer-to-Peer Network For Each PC –Install the Client for Microsoft Networks –This supports peer-peer networking Implement Sharing –In the Network Dialog Box, –Click the File and Print Sharing button –Enable file and print sharing by clicking on the appropriate boxes New
Setting Up a Peer-Peer Network To Share a Specific Printer –Choose Start, Settings, Printers –Right click on icon for printer to be shared –Choose Sharing in the pop-up menu –Select Shared As in the Properties Dialog Box and give the printer any name –Give a password if desired –Anyone can now use it if they have the password or if you set no password
Setting Up a Peer-Peer Network To share a disk or directory’s files –In Explorer or My Computer, right click on disk or directory to be shared –Select Sharing in the pop-up menu In (name of item selected) Sharing Dialog Box –Click Shared As radio button Give shared name (how others will refer to it) Add a comment if desired
Setting Up a Peer-Peer Network In (name of items selected) Sharing Dialog Box –Select an Access Type Radio Button Read-Only –Anyone can read but cannot change –Can give password Full (can do anything) –Can do anything –Can give password Depends on Password –Can give different passwords for read-only, full
Using a Shared Resource Using a Shared printer –In application, choose Print –Select printer as usual –May need to give password Using a Shared File or Directory –Choose Network Neighborhood –Select the desired file or directory –May need to give password New
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