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Hello there.

Right firs tof all i will say that i've never done this before and thought i would give it a go but it's not quite working as i wished.

I've got a spare computer that i have installed Windows Server 2003 on.

I am using myself a windows xp pro machine.

Ive managed to make a domain on the WS machine, but i'm having trouble connecting it all up now.

I have a Netgear DG834G router which i haven't touched yet with regards to port forwarding or anything as i don't know what to do with it all.

the router is connected to my xp machine (wired) the WS machine (wired) and a xp laptop (wireless) and i would like them all to all be connected together and all be able to access the server.

any help would be very appreciated.

also, i have been through loads of websites with instructions but they dont have options where something else happened during the steps they are showing. so it doesnt really help me

Edited by joesquire, 09 September 2010 - 04:56 PM.

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