See now, what did I tell you...As I said in the introduction of this guide, "It is much easier than most tend to believe". I think I proved this well and truly with everything I've showed you in this guide and how versatile Windows XP really is on the networking side of things.
Now you're in the position to share the Internet, share a printer and play games against each other, and of course, transfers files from one computer to another quickly and efficiently. Networking is lovely, there's really no doubt about it and this is only the tip of the iceberg when you realize what other benefits networking can offer for larger organizations and the sheer power and scalability it offers.
I hope you enjoyed this guide and find it useful in setting up your own small network with Windows XP. Please do not e-mail me for support (you won't get an answer); I have setup a dedicated thread in the Forums where we'll answer as many questions as possible. Catch you again soon and thanks for reading!
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