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Part: 6 Windows XP on the Network - Pg. 359

359 Part 6. Windows XP on the Network Windows XP was born to network. In fact, the Setup program assumes your computer is going to be part of a network, and Windows XP almost seems to be disappointed if that turns out not to be the case. So you'll make your operating system very happy indeed if you get your machine con- nected to a nearby network. Happily for you, the two chapters here in Part 6 will show you how to do exactly that. You'll learn how to get connected to a network, how to make use of network re- sources (such as printers), how to let other network users access your computer's resources, and how to dial in to your network from a remote locale. You'll even learn how to set up your own small network! Just turn the page and we'll begin ...