Windows Vista: Connecting to a Network Computer

Written by itzco on Thursday, April 2, 2009 15:39 - 0 Comments

Step 1: Click the start button, and choose Network from the menu to diplay the Network window.

Step 2.: Double/click the computer whose files or folders you want to access.

Step 3: If the Connect to dialogo box appears, enter a user name and password for that computer, and then click Ok. The user name and password must be those that have been set up on the network computer.

Step 4: Double/clik a folder to acces its contents. Use the folder and the contents as you would any other folder, depending on the type of permission you[ve been granted

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