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Access Control From the Access Control tab of the dialog box, the user selects the security type For a small workgroup, share-level access is adequate (see Figure 3-5) This enables printers, hard drives, directories, and other resources to be shared, and enables the user to establish password access for each of these resources In addition, read-only access enables users to view, but not modify, a file or directory Printer Sharing To allow a printer to be shared, for example, the user right-clicks on the printer icon in the Control Panel and selects Sharing from the drop-down list (see Figure 3-6) Next, the user clicks on the Shared As radio button and enters a unique name for the printer (see Figure 3-7) If desired, this resource can be given a password as well When another computer tries to access the printer, the user will be prompted to enter the password If a password is not necessary, the password field is left blank, enabling anyone to use the printer
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Figure 3-5 Choosing sharelevel access enables the user to password protect each shared resource
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In the enterprise environment, printers usually have their own IP address and are cabled to a hub or switch so it is not necessary to allow printer sharing unless a particular computer has a printer attached to it Sometimes a workgroup within the enterprise may be set up this way A graphics workgroup, for example, may have expensive high-resolution color scanners and printers for designing sales brochures and other materials They do not want everyone in the company using these resources so they set up a peer network among themselves with the printers and scanners attached to particular workstations Because these resources are directly attached to the workstations, they do not need IP addresses They can still be shared by members of the workgroup Another security option in the Access Control tab is user-level access, which is used to limit resource access by username This function eliminates the need to remember passwords for each shared resource Each user simply logs onto the network with a unique name and password; the net-
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Figure 3-6 Any computerattached printer can be configured for sharing
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work administrator governs who can do what on the network However, this requires the computers to be part of a larger network with a central server perhaps running Windows NT/2000 Server which maintains the access control list (ACL) for the whole network Because all versions of Windows support the same protocols, Windows 95/98/ME/XP computers can participate in a Windows NT/2000 server domain Peer services can be combined with standard client-server networking For example, if a Windows 95/98/ME/XP computer is a member of a Windows NT/2000 network and has a color printer to share, the resource owner can share that printer with other computers on the network The server s ACL determines who is eligible to share resources
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Figure 3-7 Like any other resource, access to any computerattached printer can be controlled with a password
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Network Configuration with XP
Windows XP offers the Network Setup Wizard, making it easier to configure a connection by offering users the following choices (see Figure 3-8):
This computer connects directly to the Internet The other computers on My Network connect to the Internet through this computer (see Figure 3-9) This computer connects to the Internet through another computer on My Network or through a residential gateway (see Figure 3-10) This computer connects to the Internet directly or through a network hub (Refer to Figure 3-7 This choice is revealed by clicking Other) Other computers on My Network also connect to the Internet directly or through a hub (see Figure 3-11)
Figure 3-8 The Windows XP Network Setup Wizard
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Figure 3-9 In this configuration, one computer is designated as the host through which all other computers are connected in order to gain access to the Internet
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