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How to setup Microsoft Internet Connection sharing between PCs using WinXP, wireless or wired

For Windows XP:
On the Host Computer(this is the computer that will be sharing the Internet)

Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Click Network and Internet Connections, Click Network Connections.
Right-click the connection that you use to connect to the Internet. For example, if you connect to the Internet by using a modem, right-click the connection that you …

How to: Monitor and Control your Dlink 5300 Camera from a mobile phone (with internet access)

This ‘how to’ covers the Dlink Camera 5300 pan and tilt which is unaccessible via mobiles due to the activeX plug-in requirements.
First this article assumes you have configured your camera to work on your network already. If not, follow the instructions in the box ;P. Also, if you are interested in monitoring …

AT&T Uverse Review: It’s better than cable

Ordering
If you’ve used Charter, Time Warner, Adelphia, etc. – you know what we are talking about. Our latest install order is with AT&T Uverse.
First of all, this review is not complete as we’re still attempting to order the service. It is available in are area – via the website – uverse.att.com
While the …

Understanding Windows Shared Permissions vs NTFS Security

Here’s a run-down of what these two security setting are and some tips on how to use them.
General Information:

Windows 9x/ME workstations cannot access NTFS partitions
Shared permissions only apply to shares connected to over the network
NTFS Security applies to users both locally and across the network
When there‚Äôs a difference between the sharing permission and the NTFS …