Network Neighborhood


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Network Neighborhood

The source of network information in Windows 95/98/NT4. See Win Network Neighborhood.
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Thus, comparing information patterns-spatial distribution site, this we call the membership network neighborhood events.
Once you have the Samba server set up and configured, the existing Windows clients will see the server on Network Neighborhood. Samba servers can be set up to control printers on the network as well.
The unit is equipped with a 20GB hard drive that allows it to be used as a file sharing server with access through Windows' Network Neighborhood. The system includes management tools that provide a graphical summary of WAN, LAN, wireless traffic, CPU load, and disk space.
The software, Samba, allows Linux/UNIX systems to coexist on the "Network Neighborhood" in a Microsoft Windows environment.
Users can access the CD images on the CD server by navigating to them under the Network Neighborhood utility in Windows NT, Windows 95, or Windows 98.
But after years of primetime yuppification, which found families pushed out in favor of young, upscale urbanites, they may soon be moving back into the old network neighborhood.
UNIX disks simply appear in the Network Neighborhood.
He was simply strolling through the open "network neighborhood" by exploiting a weakness in how cable modems are set up.
If users want data that are stored on another server, they simply click the mouse on the network neighborhood icon and select server where the data are located.
OS/390 2.8 will include the same Network Neighborhood print server facilities that have already been added to OS/400 and AIX that enable these operating systems to look like Windows NT to a Windows client.

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