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Windows XP Home edition cannot participate in domain or LanManager network logons.

  1. Right-click on the Network Neighborhood icon.

  2. The Network Configuration Panel allows all common network settings to be changed. See ???.

    Figure8.20.The Network Panel.

    The Network Panel.

    Make sure that the Client for Microsoft Networks driver is installed as shown. Click on the Client for Microsoft Networks entry in The following network components are installed: box. Then click the Properties button.

  3. The Client for Microsoft Networks Properties panel is the correct location to configure network logon settings. See ???.

    Figure8.21.Client for Microsoft Networks Properties Panel.

    Client for Microsoft Networks Properties Panel.

    Enter the Windows NT domain name, check the Log on to Windows NT domain box, and click OK.

  4. Click on the Identification button. This is the location at which the workgroup (domain) name and the machine name (computer name) need to be set. See ???.

    Figure8.22.Identification Panel.

    Identification Panel.

  5. Now click the Access Control button. If you want to be able to assign share access permissions using domain user and group accounts, it is necessary to enable User-level access control as shown in this panel. See ???.

    Figure8.23.Access Control Panel.

    Access Control Panel.

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