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Viewing a Network

The key to managing files and folders in a network environment is understanding the structure of your particular network. Most networks consist of multiple types of computers and operating systems. My Network Places lets you view the entire network or just your part of the network to give you access to the servers, domains, and workgroups on the network. My Network Places also displays shared folders available on your immediate network. The Entire Network window allows you to view a list of servers not in your workgroup and to view other network domains. The Entire Network window displays various segments and computers connected to your network, such as Microsoft Windows Network. If you are on a large network, you might have other choices that display more segments of the network.

View a Workgroup Network

Click the Start button, and then click My Network Places.

Click View Workgroup Computers.

Double-click a network computer icon to display the shared files, folders, and devices on the computer.

When you're done, click the Close button.


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