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  INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATIONOF A SERVER BASED NETWORK  Creating Accounts on Windos ! Ser#er Because of the decentralized security of a workgroup environment, you need to create an account for every user on the network and keep the passwords synchronized: 1.Click Start , point to $rogra%s , point to Ad%inistrati#e Too&s , and then click Co%'uter (anage%ent .2.Under S)ste% Too&s , click Loca& Users and Grou's ..!ight click the Users #older, and then click Ne User .$.%n the User Na%e  &o', type in the user %( that the user will &e using for the logon process.%f you are working with multiple workgroup computers, this name must match e'actly.).*ype the re+uired information in the Fu&& Na%e  and Descri'tion  &o'es..*ype the password for the user. -gain, this must &e the same on all servers or workstationsthat want to share data..Click to clear the User %ust c*ange 'assord on ne+t &ogon  check &o'.  S*aring Data it* Wor,grou' Users 1.(ou&le click the () Co%'uter  icon.2./avigate to the desired location of the folder that you would like to share, right click this folder, and then click S*aring ..Click the S*are t*is Fo&der  option.$.*he S*are na%e  &o' will &e populated with the folder name. %f you would like to change this name, type the new share name in the &o'.).By default, the connections limit is set to the ma'imum allowed0 however, you can set an allowed user limit..%f you click the $er%issions  &utton, you can set a share level permission on the share. *he default permissions will &e set so that the veryone group has full control. hare  permissions are separate &ut e+ual to /*# permissions. %n other words, &y setting the share permissions, you are a&le to add additional permissions when users are connecting to this folder across the network..Click OK   to close the 3roperties window.4.-fter the folder is shared, you see a hand icon under the folder.  (et*od -. $re/Create t*e User0s Co%'uter Account 1.#rom the -ctive (irectory Users and Computers snap in, right click the container where the account resides.2.Click Ne , and then click Co%'uter . .%n the Co%'uter na%e  &o', type the name of the 5indows 2666 &ased computer that you want to add to the domain. 7ake sure the computer8s name is also entered in the Co%'uter na%e 1're/Windos ! 2  &o' 9this should occur automatically.$.Click C*ange . elect the user or group that will &e ;oining this computer to the domain, and then click OK  .).%f you want 5indows /* $.6 and previous operating systems to use this computer name o&;ect, click to select the A&&o 're/Windos ! co%'uters to use t*is account  check &o', and then click OK  . Creating a Do%ain etting up a &asic client<server domain isn8t all that difficult. =ou8ll need a network interface card 9/%C for each computer and ca&ling 9or wireless hardware to connect the machines. %nstall 7icrosoft 5indows 2666 erver on one computer. Use the Con3igure 4our Ser#er Wi5ard  to make the server a domain controller. /e't, install 5indows >3 3rofessional on the other computers. *o connect to a network during setup, you must have the correct hardware installed on your computer and &e connected to your network. Use the Netor, Setu' Wi5ard  to set up your system8s network connections, including assigning a computer name, configuring the networking protocols, and setting up file and printer sharing. Note  #or everything you need to know a&out setting up and running a domain for your small &usiness or home office, % immodestly recommend  Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
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