Under LAN and Internet sharing settings is
enable Internet connection sharing enabled ?
The Internet Connection Sharing wizard will
set the IP address of the Connection Sharing
computer to 192.168.0.1. are the other
computers on the network set statically to
an IP address in the range from 192.168.0.2
to 192.168.0.253. ?
Is TCP/IP installed properly on all
shared resources on a Microsoft network.
In Windows 2000 Professional only members of the
Administrators, or Power Users group, are
allowed to set sharing. For Windows 2000 Server,
members of the Server Operators group can also
set Shared Folders.
You can hide the shared folder from browsing by
typing $ as the last character of the share
name. Users will not be able to see this shared
folder when they browse using My Computer or
Types of access permissions for shares:
Read permission allows:
Viewing file names and subfolder names.
Traversing to subfolders.
Viewing data in files.
Running program files.
Change permission allows all Read permissions,
Adding files and subfolders.
Changing data in files.
Deleting subfolders and files.
Full Control is the default permission applied
to any new shares you create. It allows all Read
and Change permissions, plus:
Changing permissions (NTFS files and folders
Taking ownership (NTFS files and folders
To share a folder or drive :
Open Windows Explorer, and then locate the
folder or drive you want to share.
Right-click the folder or drive, and then
On the Sharing tab, click Share this folder.
To change the name of the shared folder or
drive, type a new name in Share name.
The new name is what users will see when
they connect to this shared folder or drive,
the actual name of the folder or drive does
To add a comment about the shared folder or
drive, type the text in Comment.
To limit the number of users who can connect
to the shared folder or drive at one time,
under User limit, click Allow, then enter a
number of users.( In Windows 2000
Professional, the maximum user limit is 10
regardless of the number you type in Allow.
To set shared folder permissions on the
shared folder or drive, click Permissions.
To set up this shared folder to be used
offline, click Caching.