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In article <7D7F68EF-D310-44D4-AA21-08EBD5EA4D8F@microsoft.com>,
"Ricardo" <Ricardo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>I have a home network of 2 pcs, but when I try to logon to the other
>machine, i type \fabio\c$ I receive a logon window, b ut the name is disabled
>with the Guest account...
>I made the same account hat I use in my pc, but didn't work..
>How can I do the logon???
On the computer that you're trying to access (fabio):
1. Type this command in the Start | Run box to enable network access
by the Guest account:
net user guest /active:yes
2. Remove the network password from the Guest account:
1. Click Start | Run.
2. Type "control userpasswords2" in the box and click OK:
3. Click Guest.
4. Click Reset Password.
5. Click OK without entering a new password.
Does "fabio" run XP Home Edition or XP Professional?
Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Windows Networking)
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