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    I tryed the ms-client software but the system now requires a dhcp server to start. Most of the time i won't have this dhcp server so i need the system to boot fast even without it.
    I'm going to try this site you wrote Rob. Thanks!

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    There are network boot disk images at http://www.bootdisk.com/

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    Thanks to you help i could get the network on, but i need to learn how to share the dos hard drive. I can ping it from windows, but can't access any file.

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    I've always had problems getting it to work that way. I tend to share the windows drive and access it from dos.
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    http://www.bootdisk.com/ - They have loads of disks for you to use and mod.... I used to use em for worky stuff.

    Terran

    Ooops - Didn't see the 2nd page... dupe post... mind you - shows you its a good site. TBH - thinking about it you would be best best using a removable drive or USB key if your insistant on keeping DOS - otherwise Windows or Linux and get a GUI...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TourniqueT
    Thanks to you help i could get the neteork on, but i need to learn how to share the dos hard drive. I can ping it from windows, but can't acces any file.
    ... if you have the network running ( and I suggest use DHCP if you can cos I used to make these things all the time ) then use the NET USE (drive letter ie) G: \\SERVER\SHARE ... I think ... mind you its been a while and I just automated and forgot it.

    Terran

    PS What about a simple FTP server if your struggling.....

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    I don't have an DHCP server avaliable becouse i'm running it from my car. I made it connect to windows, but everytime i try to access the dos's hard drive it apears a mensage saying that i don't have the autorisation to do it. Tryed everything in dos that uses the net share command. Can you help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TourniqueT
    I don't have an DHCP server avaliable becouse i'm running it from my car. I made it connect to windows, but everytime i try to access the dos's hard drive it apears a mensage saying that i don't have the autorisation to do it. Tryed everything in dos that uses the net share command. Can you help me?
    Do net use /? ....

    Terran

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    Thanks but it didn't help :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert
    Talk about resurrecting a long-dead thread... 6 years old? Wow.

    If you Google DOS NETWORKING you should get some helpful guides. I'll warn you now: networking in DOS is a royal pain in the ***. It can be done, but's about as much fun as root canal surgery with no anesthetic while someone else yanks your toenails out with pliers and yet another person stabs a red-hot icepick into your navel.
    At least he searched instead of just asking the question.... Cheers to the New member
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    Yes, you should search... and Yes, It has been covered before!

    Read the FAQ!

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