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Join author Garrick Chow as he provides an invaluable collection of information and tips on how to create and maintain a network between two or more computers, whether they're Macs or PCs. He begins by explaining exactly what a network is and how to determine what type of network is right for the home or office. From there, the course shows how to share a single internet connection between all computers, how to move files over the network, and how to take advantage of shared network devices like printers and hard drives. The course also covers expanding your network to connect additional computers, as well as how to troubleshoot common network problems.
Hi! I am Garrick Chow and welcome to Small Office Networking. This course is for anyone interested in learning how to put together a home or small office network for the purpose of sharing an Internet connection, files, or a network printer. We'll begin with an overview of exactly what a small network is, and what a common network configuration looks like. We'll also take an in-depth look at how to set up and manage the wireless part of your network. Once we're up and running, I'll demonstrate how to share files between computers running Windows, MacOSX, or a combination of both platforms. And you'll also see how to share network devices like printer and hard drives, so all the computers on your network can use the same resources.
We'll be covering all of this, and lots more, so let's started with Small Office Networking to Connect, Share, and Print.
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