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Dont know my computer share login. is it for my work or home
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Posted on Nov 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need password
ok best thing to do is to start the computer up in safe mode
when you boot up computer it will say press a key to go to "boot menu"
press that key
then select boot up in safe mode
then log on as admin and delete the password
if that dosnt work then you will need to download and butn this to dvd
make sure yu do not choose the ods version and you choose the gui if there are two versions
the gui has a graphical usser interface the dos is just like comand prompt
then go into bios set to boot from cd then choose the password tools and use it to delete it
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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The following is the list of info required to setup smb scanning. The easiest way to enter it, is via the devices webpage. Make sure the folder is fully shared.
"Host Name" = The computers name
"Port Number" = Either 139 for windows XP computers or 445 for windows 7 computer
"Path" = name of folder where the scanned documents are sent/saved.
"Login User Name" = Windows user name
"Login Password" = Windows login Password
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Double-click the "My Computer" icon on the desktop.
This opens the Explorer window.
Navigate to the folder you wish to share.
Right-click the folder and select "Properties." Click the "Sharing" tab.
This is where you configure the folder for network sharing and set permissions for users to access the directory.
Click the "Share" button.
This opens a window with a list of users configured on the network.
Add the groups and users who are allowed to have access to the folder, by highlighting the name and clicking the "Add" button.
When you've added all the users, click the "Share" button.
Click the "Advanced Settings" button.
This opens a configuration window where you can give the folder name an alias.
This hides the real name of the folder and shows the alias to users when they browse the computer for open shares.
Type a friendly name into the textbox and press the "Ok" button.
Click "Ok" in the main share properties window.
The settings are saved and take effect immediately.
hope this helps
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