I've been searching in this forum and haven't found anything quite on topic, but if I've missed the answer somewhere else please point me in the right direction.
My dilemma is this: I'm attempting to set up a little P2P network involving a desktop running Win98SE and a notebook running Win2KP. I have been able to set up all-W98 P2P's before by matching the network protocols exactly (trial-and-error there), but W2K is stumping me.
The W98 machine has the following under Network Configuration: Client for MS Networks, the ethernet and dial-up adapters, IPX/SPX for each, TCP/IP for each and File and Printer Sharing for MS Networks.
The W2K machine has Client for MS Networks, File and Printer Sharing for MS Netowrks, NWLInk NetBIOS, NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS, and TCP/IP installed.
When I try to browse the Computers Near Me on the W2K machine, it shows nothing (not even the notebook). I can only find the notebook from the notebook ( <img src=/S/dizzy.gif border=0 alt=dizzy width=15 height=15> ) if I browse the Entire Network.
Both machines have been assigned to the same Workgroup.
I know the hub is working because when I attach a third machine to the hub, another notebook running W98SE, I am able to map the desktop drive from it okely-dokely.
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