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Access network sources

We have an office network , iam simple user but i want to find a way for access one of other users which is include of our network we have share a driver but i want access others like document and so on

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Ask someone who has access to the resource that you want to share to right-click it and select Properties and then the Sharing tab to share it with your user ID selected from the list shown.

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I am having trouble with Apache OpenOffice and am supposed to go to user profile. In windows 10 Pro how do you get there.


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You may need to view hidden folders first. Open File Explorer. Click on View at the top of the window. Make sure that the Hidden Items check box has a check.

I hope this helps. (Libre Office is based on the Open Office source but has been updated more regularly. I've used both. The Open Office appdata folder may have a slightly different name - Apache may or may not be included.)

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How do I recover a forgotten password for an overdrivepro63E wireless internet stick


Wireless networking is a common feature in homes and offices.
Wireless routers provide access to a single Internet source, and wireless passwords ensure that only select users can access the network.
If a password is forgotten or lost, the password can be recovered or reset by accessing the router's Web-based settings menu.
Most wireless routers also have a reset button, which is capable of returning the router to its default settings which includes resetting the password.

Connect to your Wi-Fi or attach your computer directly to the router with an Ethernet cable.
Open your Web browser. Enter the default address of your router.
The default address is listed in your user manual or on the product website. Linksys and 3Com routers typically use "192.168.1.1" while Netgear routers use "192.168.0.1."
Enter your username and password.
Many routers use "admin" for the username and password by default.
Locate the wireless security settings.
Disable the wireless security.
Reset to Factory Defaults
Locate the reset button on your router.
Typically the reset button is a small indented hole on the back of the device.
Insert a long thin object such as a paperclip and hold down the reset button for 30 seconds to revert the router to its factory default settings.
Open your Web browser.
Enter the default address of your router.
The default address is listed in your user manual or on the product website.
Linksys and 3Com routers typically use "192.168.1.1" while Netgear routers use "192.168.0.1."
Enter your username and password.
Many routers use "admin" for the username and password by default.
Locate the wireless security settings and add security as necessary.

Nov 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How do I reset my password?


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Wireless networking is a common feature in homes and offices. Wireless routers provide access to a single Internet source, and wireless passwords ensure that only select users can access the network. If a password is forgotten or lost, the password can be recovered or reset by accessing the router's Web-based settings menu. Most wireless routers also have a reset button, which is capable of returning the router to its default settings which includes resetting the password.

Connect to your Wi-Fi or attach your computer directly to the router with an Ethernet cable. Open your Web browser. Enter the default address of your router. The default address is listed in your user manual or on the product website. Linksys and 3Com routers typically use "192.168.1.1" while Netgear routers use "192.168.0.1." Enter your username and password. Many routers use "admin" for the username and password by default. Locate the wireless security settings. Disable the wireless security. Reset to Factory Defaults Locate the reset button on your router. Typically the reset button is a small indented hole on the back of the device. Insert a long thin object such as a paperclip and hold down the reset button for 30 seconds to revert the router to its factory default settings. Open your Web browser. Enter the default address of your router. The default address is listed in your user manual or on the product website. Linksys and 3Com routers typically use "192.168.1.1" while Netgear routers use "192.168.0.1." Enter your username and password. Many routers use "admin" for the username and password by default. Locate the wireless security settings and add security as necessary.

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What is a network key?


Hello there
network key is a security feature that prevents unauthorized users from accessing a wireless network. It can be a simple password or a self-generated combination of digits and letters. A good number of wireless networks are still left unprotected, leaving them vulnerable to hackers and data thieves. Most home and SOHO routers allow users to configure a high degree of wireless security easily.
There are many types of wireless security scenarios to consider when configuring a wireless network. The most common types for home and office use are WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access). Each of these types has multiple options and different bits (which heighten security of the wireless network). There is also an entire spectrum of more complex, enterprise-wide wireless security standards, but most of these are well beyond the scope of the average computer user.
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Hi, I have two pc running with windows xp operating system. From User 1 i need to access user 2 windows folder and program files folder otherway around also but I can't how? Even if I shared windows folder...


First thing Windows XP Home Edition will give you numerous problems when sharing files, you should consider using windows XP Pro for that sort of operations.

Assuming you have Windows XP Pro installed in both computers:

1 - Create the same user on both computers ( same account name, same password ) blank passwords are not allow between file sharing as per windows xp group policy.

2 - Create a resource to share ( example: C:\)

3 - Disable simple file sharing

* go to control panel
* click on folder options
* click the VIEW tab
* unckeck the use sharing wizard

4 - Make sure that the user that will be used for authenticating between computers have the proper NTFS permissions and the proper access to the shared sources.

5 - Try to connect to the shared sources when asked for username and password type the credentials of the newly created user.

Now you should be able to connect to the shared sources both ways.

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When iam installing some softwares computer is saying ''the administator has set some policies to prevent this installation''


The message will appear on-screen when an end-user is trying to perform a task that has been set above their user level. The "Administrator" account is a default account created on all OS that grant the user unrestricted access to the entire OS, including the ability to restrict what other user accounts can do and/or have access to.
If you are not the one who setup the system (and configured the settings) initially, then you will need to see that person in order to get the necessary rights to accomplish the task(s) you are trying to do.
Only his/her account has access to modify your account and allow you to install software as per your description above.

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Nokia IP 260, allowing a remote office having a direct connection


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Office with several user accounts, same computer


When installing software, you are often given the choice to install it for the current user or all users. To avoid this problem in future, make sure you select the "all users" option.
Hopefully, the problem is a missing shortcut. You can check this by logging into an account that does not seem to have Office, opening up your C drive and navigating to "Program Files\Microsoft Office". In there, you'll find and "Office<x>" (<x> depends on the version of Office). In that directory you will find WINWORD.EXE. Double click it and Word should start. If it does, your problem is just the shortcut. If not, there is more happening behind the scene, and the best solution is to uninstall and reinstall for all users.
If it is a shortcut problem, the fix is simple. There are many solutions, but this is probably the simplest and will give you an idea as to what has gone wrong and how to fix the problem from here on for other software. Right click on the start button and select "Explore All Users". This is what it is in XP, but I suspect Vista has something similar. You will see that you are in "Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu". You will also see a folder in "Documents and Settings" for each account, including the one that does have Office. Go to "Documents and Settings\<user>\Start Menu\Programs". In there, you will find the Office part of the start menu that the 'privileged' account has. Point to the folder, right click, and select Copy. Now go to "Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs" and Paste the Office folder there. You will need to point the mouse at the file content panel on the right side of the screen. Now all users should see the menu, not just the one account.
Good luck.

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"delayed write failed" in office 2003


You will get a delayed write failed when the network is no longer connected and the user tries to save the file. are you noticing any other issues on your network?

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