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Hod do I allow others on the network to point to my computer

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Hello. I have installed a program on my computer that is running as a service. It is an electronic in/out board. The service will run and others will run a small application on their computer. I have to point the others on the network to my laptop. Even though I have added my ip address on the application it does not see my computer. Do I have to share/map a drive on every computer in order for the others on the network to see my computer and therefore run the application?

I am new at this so I appreicate any suggestions. My laptop is a Windows XP.

Thank you.

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