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While you can access network resources on a work network or a domain, you cannot join a Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 PC to the domain. PCs running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 are designed specifically for home use. Windows XP Professional features, specifically Domain Join and Cached Credentials (Credentials Manager for logons) are not included. As a result, you will be prompted for your logon user name and password to access network resources after you reboot or log back on to the PC. In addition, file shares or network resources that are set to require a domain-joined PC for access will not be available. Remote Desktop and Encrypting File System support are still included.>>
This has me somewhat worried because I have to set up my computer onto an NT network in the office. Am i understanding this correctly that Media Center can not be set up on a network? I know my way around computers, but am not network savy. All I really need to do is map the server drive, so I can access it through a lettered drive in a DOS prompt. Is this not possible in Media Center?