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arobinson3

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:tazz: Me and a friend of mine are trying to get our computers to connect using the Windows dial-up Server program and Dial up sever settings. My computer ( the Windows 98SE computer is acting as the sever and his computer is trying to connect to mine. His computer dials and gets a connection to mine but, it asks for a user name and password and there is no user name and password. Can you tell me how to set it up so we can you File and Print sharing using the modems? ;)
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are both computers set to the same workgroup?

are both computers primary logon set to Microsoft Client for Networks (not windows family logon)
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Yes both computers are set up to to login with the client for Microsoft Networks and their workgroup is network.
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