How do I see my other computer on the network

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Guest, Oct 10, 2006.

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    Guest Guest

    I have just setup a wirless network and I have been able to share the
    internet connection but I have not been able to access either computer from
    the other. Does anyone know how I can share files between the two computers
    over the wireless network? Another question I have is it possible to have
    certain files update themselves over the wireless network, an example would
    be if I add pictures or videos to one computer is it possible that they can
    be automaticlly added to the other over the wireless network? Thanks!
    Guest, Oct 10, 2006
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    David Hettel Guest

    You might want to take a look at this page; Microsoft use to have a free power toy
    called sync this would do what you want. You might try googling on Sync
    Power toy.

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    Lem Guest

    You're thinking of SyncToy,,
    which allows the synchronization of files over a network connection.
    It's not automatic. I don't know if it can easily be automated because
    in normal use, at least, it has a UI that requires some interaction, and
    I don't know if it has a command line interface that would be amenable
    to scripting and/or scheduling. As with all MS PowerToys, Microsoft
    Technical Support does not support SyncToy. For more details and help
    with SyncToy, ask in
    Lem, Oct 11, 2006
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