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Chapter 16. Creating a Windows XP Pro Ne... > Configuring a Peer-to-Peer Network

Configuring a Peer-to-Peer Network

When you're sure that the physical connection between your computers is set up correctly, you're ready to configure Windows XP. With today's Plug and Play network cards and with all the needed software built into Windows, this configuration is a snap.

If your computer is part of a Windows XP/200x Domain network, which will often be the case in a corporate setting, skip ahead to “Joining a Windows Domain Network.” Otherwise, you have two choices for configuring your network software: You can make the settings manually, or you can let the Network Setup Wizard do the work for you.


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