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Lesson 13. Using My Network Places > What Is My Network Places?

What Is My Network Places?

My Network Places is your control center for network resources. Its existence on your desktop indicates that you have a network connection (although it doesn't mean you are necessarily connected at all times).

Access to My Network Places requires that you are logged into the network, and the login process usually occurs when you start up your PC. Some of these resources may require an additional login at the time you access the resource by clicking its icon. To access My Network Places (see Figure 13.1), double-click its icon on your desktop.


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