Wireless Home Networking for dummies phần 7

Chúng ta cần phải nói, phải lên phía trước, mà chúng tôi nghĩ rằng phương pháp tiếp cận phần cứng - đó là, bằng cách sử dụng một cổng Internet không dây hoặc router cáp / DSL là cách tốt nhất để đi. Nhưng nếu bạn thực sự cần phải tiết kiệm một vài Bucks | 214 Part IV Using a Wireless Network 3. On the General tab for network cards and on the Network tab for dialup connections you select the check box for File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks. This enables your PC to share files and also printers. Use Windows Explorer to find and move shared files. When you right-click any folder or file and then select Sharing from the pop-up menu that appears you can control the sharing of that file. Setting permissions In Windows 95 98 Me you set file-sharing permissions on a folder-by-folder basis see the earlier section Sharing a document or folder on Windows 95 98 Me. In Windows 2000 XP controlling the sharing of files is a bit more complex because of the enhanced security that comes with those operating systems. To share folders and drives you must be logged on as a member of the Server Operators Administrators Power Users or Users groups. Throughout the rest of this section we describe these user types and then show you how to add users to your 2000 XP network. User types The Server Operators group is really only used on large networks that incorporate Microsoft s Active Directory technology if you re trying to set up your office computer at home you might run into this but it s not very likely . The groups that you need to concern yourself with are the Administrators Power Users and Users groups Administrators are system gods. Anyone set up as an administrator can do anything they like no restrictions. Power Users can t do as much as administrators but they can do a lot as long as what they re doing doesn t change any of the files that make Windows operate. In other words Power Users can add and remove software users hardware and so on to a system as long as their actions don t affect any files keeping the system running the way that it s running. Users are just that Users simply use what the system has to offer and aren t able to do anything else. The Users group provides the