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Chapter 7. Networking > General Procedures

7.2. General Procedures

The preceding sections of this chapter outline the fundamentals of networking and the various components that make up Windows XP's built-in support for networking. As stated earlier, Windows is really only concerned with the connections directly attached to the computer, so building a network essentially means configuring the connections for each computer involved.

The following sections explain the procedures for building and connecting to different types of networks. It's important to realize that there are limitless combinations of networking hardware and software, and it's obviously impossible to cover them all.


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