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host granting access rights to anyone using the guest computer The following procedure is just one of many that could be used to share files in a folder on the host computer For example there is user-level access control as well as share-level access control The following procedure is one of the simplest access control procedures which is all that is needed to get started using DCC To get information about all the ways files folders and printers can be shared use the Windows 95 Help1 Double-click the My Computer icon2 Double-click the icon for the drive that contains the folder you want to share for example double-click the icon for the C drive3 Right-click the icon for the folder you want to share and then 4 Click the Sharing tab and then click Shared As5 Enter a share name enter a comment and then add user access The folder icon now changes to a folder held in a hand indicating that this folder is now a shared resourceMaking Sure DCC Is Installed on Both ComputersDCC is not installed with the typical Windows 95 installation recommended for most computers Check whether DCC is installed on both of the two computers that will be using the IR link To do this click the Start button point to Programs and then point to Accessories Direct Cable Connection appears on this menu if it If DCC is installed on both the host computer and the guest computer Before establishing a DCC connection DCC must be installed on both the host computer and the guest computer Carry out the following procedure on each computer that does not have DCC already installed1 Click the Start button point to Settings and then click Control 2 Double-click the AddRemove Programs icon and then click the 3 Click Communications and then click the Details button4 Make sure that the Direct Cable Connection check box is selected Establishing
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