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cackar

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I have a question. We have 3 computers using a wireless linksys router to connect to the internet through a cable modem. One of the computers is connected to the router with a cable and the other 2 are connecting using usb wireless adapters. 2 of the computers are win98 and the other is win2000. All 3 have different workgroup names yet all 3 show up in network neighborhood on all 3. Nothing on any of them is being shared so no one can actually see anything on each others but is there a way to have them not show up at all in network neighborhood?
 
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At least on the Win98 ones, if you turn off File and Printer sharing, they should not show up in the Network Neighborhood.

On the Windows2000 one, you might try running:
net config server /hidden:yes
 
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