These suggestions were tried, and yes, now I can see the Win 2000 machine,
and actually (through network neighborhood) access the machine, but at a
snail's pace. What am I missing that is not allowing these two machines to
easily see each other. Do I need to give each an IPX address, (and what do
I use for that, 1.2.3, or something else?)
" Why can't we all just get along? "
-some dead network administrator....
Russ Poffenberger wrote:
> I may be wrong, but I think I recall reading somewhere that you can simply
> enable the guest account, if you are not overly concerned about security.
Rick Lindstrom wrote:
> For starters, you need to create an account on the Win2000 machine for
> of the Win9x peers. Typically, this will be the same name and login that
> used at the Win9x machine.
> In trying to intgrate [a Windows 2000] system into [a] Windows 98 peer to
> (no server), [I am] able to see other Win98 computers from the Win2k
> but not visa-versa. Sometimes it sees and asks for a password, most of
> time its "no see" or "cannot find."
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