#1
Can you connect a laptop to a computer wirelessly.. If the computer is connect to a router via ethernet ?

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Yup


thanks that was so insightful

any more info ?
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#4
If two computers are connected to the same network, and one of them has a designated network drive that has been made available over the network, then that drive can be accessed by others on the network.
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If two computers are connected to the same network, and one of them has a designated network drive that has been made available over the network, then that drive can be accessed by others on the network.


you dont even need a network drive, providing they are indeed using the same router.
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#6
Yeah really all you need is a router and a network thats set up for it.

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#8
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you dont even need a network drive, providing they are indeed using the same router.

Yeah, you don't need an external hard drive or anything, but you do have to make a folder or drive available for others to access over the network, otherwise people could hop onto their neighbours' wi-fi and access their files.
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Yeah, you don't need an external hard drive or anything, but you do have to make a folder or drive available for others to access over the network, otherwise people could hop onto their neighbours' wi-fi and access their files.


No, that's what WPA and WEP are for.

You can access any drive on any PC as long as your are in the same workgroup/domain, and have the folder permissions, by entering the UNC of the drive you wish to access.

EG. \\COMPUTER1\C$

Note that in a UNC, the "$" symbol replaces the ":" you would normally see after a drive letter.