Solved: File and Print sharing button missing

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Hi folks , I have a compaq prosignia win 98. In network neighborhood, There is supposed to be a "file and Print sharing" button at the bottom. It is not there anymore. It used to be. How do I get it back. When I go to add services, it says I am restricted from adding this service. What gives?
 
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Hi folks , I have a compaq prosignia win 98. In network neighborhood, There is supposed to be a "file and Print sharing" button at the bottom. It is not there anymore.

if you go into network, in the control panel the you should find file/printer sharing in there.
 

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I am already in network neighborhood properties. That's where it's missing. is that where you mean?
 
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I am already in network neighborhood properties. That's where it's missing. is that where you mean?
network neighborhood is a icon you have double clicked on your desktop i take it ,

network is icon in the control panel, start/settings/control panel/ network.
 

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In either place, Desktop or In control panel, there is no file and print sharing button
 

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Thanks alot , Flounder22, The Microsoft site worked. Microsoft , however, made one mistake. They said to goto H_key Local machine, when, in actuality you find what they're referring to in H_key Current User. Thanks so much for your help. , Lifted
 
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