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Windows XP in a Nutshell, Second Edition by Troy Mott, Tim O'Reilly, David A. Karp

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Network

Synopsis

The following settings and tasks relate to networking functionality, performance, and security (see Figure 5-5). See also “Network Connections”, “My Network Places”, and Chapter 6.

Use the Network Connections window to set up your network

Figure 5-5. Use the Network Connections window to set up your network

Network, add new connection

Control Panel Network Connections New Connection Wizard

Network, advanced adapter settings

Device Manager right-click adapter Properties Advanced tab

Network, Authentication

Control Panel Network Connections right-click connection Properties Authentication tab

Network, bindings

Control Panel Network Connections Advanced Advanced Settings Adapters and Bindings tab

Control Panel Network Connections right-click connection Properties General tab turn on or off listed protocols and services

Network, bridge two connections

Control Panel Network Connections select two connections Advanced Network Bridge

Network, computer description

Control Panel System Computer Name tab

Network, computer name

Control Panel System Computer Name tab Change

Network, connect to shared printer

Control Panel Printers and Faxes Add Printer Next A network printer or a printer attached to another computer

Network, connection status

Control Panel Network Connections double-click connection General tab

Network, disconnect mapped network drive

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