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For each of your computers, right click on 'My Computer' then click on 'Properties'.
Under the 'Computer Name' tab, make sure each of your computers are members of the same workgroup ID. Just make a name up and use it for all of your computers.
The information that you want to be shared between your network computers should be placed in the 'shared' folder.
After doing this, make sure all of your computers are running and that they each have a working internet connection.
Go to My Network Places, click on view workgroup computers.
You should be able to see all of the computers in your network.
As far as configuring the router goes, if you haven't changed the settings in the past, Nothing should have to be altered in order to view other computers on your network.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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