Enabling Client for Microsoft Networks on Windows computers

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If you want to enable Client for Microsoft Networks, follow the instructions below.

Note: Client for Microsoft Networks may have been disabled as part of system policy. You should check before enabling it.

What to do

Windows 2000

  1. On the Windows desktop, right-click 'My network places'.
  2. Select 'Properties'.
  3. Right-click 'Local Area Connection'.
  4. Select 'Properties'.
  5. Select 'Client for Microsoft Networks'
  6. Click 'OK'.

Windows XP

  1. At the task bar, select Start and right-click 'My network places'.
  2. Select 'Properties'.
  3. Right-click 'Local Area Connection'.
  4. Select 'Properties'.
  5. Select 'Client for Microsoft Networks'
  6. Click 'OK'.

Windows 95 and Windows 98

  1. On the Windows desktop, right-click 'Network Neighbourhood'.
  2. Click 'Add'.
  3. Select 'Client' and click 'Add'.
  4. Select 'Microsoft', then select 'Client for Microsoft Networks'
  5. Click 'OK' as required to install the client.

Windows Me

  1. On the Windows desktop, right-click 'My Network Places'.
  2. Click 'Add'.
  3. Select 'Client' and click 'Add'.
  4. Select 'Microsoft', then select 'Client for Microsoft Networks'
  5. Click 'OK' as required to install the client.

 
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