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XP Home - How to

How can I use XP Home to access a domain network
How can I view Security tab without joining a domain or running WinXP Home?

How can I use XP Home to access a domain network

WinXP HE can be included in a workgroup network, but not under a domain controller. However, you can logon XP Home locally and access the resources in a domain network (just like win9x). You do need to create a user account on the domain controller for logon and accessing the resources.

How can I view Security tab without joining a domain or running WinXP Home?

A: If you are not joined to a domain or are running Windows XP Home Edition and want to view the Security tab:

Windows XP Professional: Control Panel>Folder Options>View>Advanced settings, uncheck Use simple file sharing [Recommended].

Windows XP Home Edition: Boot into safe mode, and then log in as Administrator or an Administrative User. The Security tab is available for files or folders that are located on NTFS file system volumes.

 

 


 

 

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