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When you connect a Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition-based computer to a network that has Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition-based computers connected to it, the Windows XP Home Edition-based computer will be not be able to connect to any of the Windows Millennium Edition-based computers on the network.
This problem may occur if the Windows Millennium Edition-based computers do not have the TCP/IP network protocol installed. By default, Windows XP uses the TCP/IP networking protocol to connect to other computers on a network.
To work around this problem, configure each Windows Millennium Edition-based computer to use the TCP/IP network protocol.
For each Windows Millennium Edition-based computer on the network, follow these steps:
308007For additional information about accessing shared folders from a Windows Millennium Edition-based computer, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308007/ )How to troubleshoot home networking in Windows XP
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266033/EN-US/ )Cannot Connect to Subfolders Within a Password-Protected Share Folder
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