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    Member irlogo آواتار ها
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    پیش فرض شبکه کردن 2 کامپیوتر در ویندوز 7

    عرض سلام و وقت بخیر


    چگونه می توان 2 کامپیوتر را که بر روی هر 2 ویندوز سون نصب شده است شبکه کرد

    اهداف:

    1. به اشتراک گذاری اطلاعات
    2. به اشتراک گذاری اینترنت!



    من با آی پی های
    192.168.0.1
    در سرور و آی پی
    192.168.0.2
    و دیفالت گیت وی ای ی سرور نتوانستم شبکه منطقی ایجاد کنم


    خواهشمندم در صورتی که اطلاعاتی دارید به اشتراک بگذارید
    ممنونم

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    Super Moderator patris_70 آواتار ها
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    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/ee431714.aspx
    Windows 7 HomeGroup Video


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    Introducing Windows 7 (26 minutes)
    The Windows 7 client operating system offers innovative technologies that improve performance, reliability, security, and compatibility. It also offers new capabilities that help organizations improve user productivity, enhance security, and reduce operating costs. Because Windows 7 is built on the same platform as Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, the investments you make in Windows Vista readiness—application testing and hardware assessment—will help speed the adoption of Windows 7 in your environment.


    Implementing User Account Control in Windows 7 (16 minutes)
    The User Account Control (UAC) feature was first implemented in the Windows Vista operating system to protect computers from malicious software and unauthorized system changes. Based on feedback from users and administrators, the Windows team significantly enhanced UAC in Windows 7 to give users greater control of their computers and provide administrators with more granular configuration settings. This Learning Snack explains how UAC works and shows you how to configure UAC security settings. It also describes the key UAC enhancements in Windows 7.


    Introducing BitLocker and AppLocker in Windows 7 (20 minutes)
    Every organization needs to keep its business-critical data secure and impervious to theft. This Learning Snack describes the BitLocker and AppLocker features in Windows 7, which give you more control over sensitive data. It demonstrates how BitLocker protects hard drives and the data on laptops, and how BitLocker to Go secures removable storage devices. This Learning Snack also shows you how to implement application control policies with AppLocker to protect the computers on your network from unlicensed and malicious software.


    Desktop Experience in Windows 7 (15 minutes)
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    Setting Up a Home Network in Windows 7 (7 minutes)
    If you have more than one computer in your home, you can create a home network so that you can easily share and access files and printers across the network. This Learning Snack describes the HomeGroup feature in Windows 7, which will help you create a home network quickly and easily.


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    Remote Connectivity in Windows 7 (15 minutes)
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    داخل انجمن سوال کنید تا دیگران هم اگر مشکل شما را دارند یا برایشان در آینده پیش بیاید استفاده کنند. پیغام خصوصی برای جواب دادن به سوال نیست.

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    Super Moderator patris_70 آواتار ها
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    کد:
    http://www.trickyways.com/2009/08/how-to-share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-based-computers-with-homegroup/
    Windows 7 comes with a great new HomeGroup feature that makes sharing files and printers between Windows 7 based PC’s very easy. Let’s learn how to share files and printer using Windows 7 HomeGroup.

    Sharing printers and file in Windows 7 HomeGroup involves 3 steps:

    1. Setting up HomeGroup
    2. Connecting to HomeGroup
    3. Share Printer and Files

    Lets get started…
    1- Setting up HomeGroup

    Step-1

    To setup you HomeGroup in Windows 7, Go to Start menu and type homegroup in Windows 7 Search bar.

    or
    Go to
    Start > Control Panel
    click Choose homegroup and sharing options

    Step-2

    On the next screen, click on the Create a homegroup button.

    Step-3

    Under Create a Homegroup window check mark whatever you want to share with your network. Click Next button.

    Step-4

    Now you will get a password. This password will be used in order to add other machines to your HomeGroup with whom you want to share files and printers.

    Step-5

    After noting down the password. Click Finish button.
    You will be brought back to the homegroup screen, where you can make additional changes if you desire.

    2- Connecting to HomeGroup:

    Step-1

    From all those PC’s that you want to connect to network running Windows 7, go to HomeGroup (as discussed under step1 of above part) and hit Join Now button.

    Step-2

    Now you will be prompted for a password. Input the password that we got while creating the HomeGroup.

    Step-3

    If you have entered the right password, You will successfully join the HomeGroup.
    Hit Finish button.

    3- Sharing Files and Printers

    In order to share printer, make sure you have selected Printer sharing option while creating HomeGroup. Now, go to Devices and Printers from start menu and can set your default device from there.
    That’s it. Now you will be able to easily share files and printers between Windows 7 based computers

    امیدوارم اطلاعات شما در مورد ویندوز ۷ زیاد شود.
    ویرایش توسط patris_70 : 2010/07/02 در ساعت 10:01 PM
    داخل انجمن سوال کنید تا دیگران هم اگر مشکل شما را دارند یا برایشان در آینده پیش بیاید استفاده کنند. پیغام خصوصی برای جواب دادن به سوال نیست.

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    Member irlogo آواتار ها
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    ممنون از شما

    برای به اشتراک گذاری اینترنت راهنمایی دارید؟

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    Senior Member HNei آواتار ها
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    نقل قول نوشته اصلی توسط irlogo نمایش پست ها
    ممنون از شما

    برای به اشتراک گذاری اینترنت راهنمایی دارید؟
    تو انجمن چندین بار بحث شده یه سرچی بکنید پیدا میکنید.
    MCSA-MCTS-MCITP-Security+-CCNA-CCSP
    [فقط اعضای سایت میتوانند لینک ها را مشاهده کنند. ]

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    Member irlogo آواتار ها
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    ممنون

    من قبل از این که تاپیک بزنم خیلی توی این انجمن گشتم ولی نتیجه خاصی پیدا نکردم
    می تونین لینکاشو بدید؟

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    Super Moderator patris_70 آواتار ها
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    به طور مثال:


    کد:
    http://www.dhnet.ufl.edu/getconnected/tutorials/wired/ics/wii_win7/text.php#step17

    Using Internet Connection Sharing for the Nintendo Wii With Windows 7


    Please note that for Internet Connection Sharing, you will need the following:

    • Nintendo Wii
    • Nintendo Wii compatable USB Ethernet Adapter
    • Your computer must have two Ethernet ports. Additional Ethernet ports can be added to your computer through USB, PCMCIA and ExpressCard. The ethernet port for connecting your peripheral device should be a Gigabit 10/100/1000 adapter, as we have noticed 10/100 adapters may encounter errors and not function properly with the peripheral.
    • An Ethernet cable long enough to reach from your computer to the Game Console. The cable used from your computer to the Ethernet jack on the wall is a straight through.
    • Remember this is a temporary solution until this system supports 802.1x authentication

    If your computer doesn’t have a second Ethernet port you will need to install one or have a computer service store install one for you

    Step 1

    Connect your computer to the DHNet Ethernet port assigned to you in your room. Power up the machine and proceed to use it as you would to access the Internet. For instructions on how to connect to DHNet Wired service, please click here.
    Step 2


    Click the Start Orb, right-click Computer and click Manage.
    Step 3



    Double-click Services and Applications, then double-click Services.
    Step 4


    Scroll down and double-click Internet Connection Sharing.
    Step 5


    Set Startup type to Automatic. Click the Recovery tab.
    Step 6


    Set each failure response to Restart the Service and set the Restart after count to 0 minutes. Click OK.
    Step 7


    Click the Networking Icon. Open Network and Sharing Center.
    Step 8


    Click Change adapter settings.
    Step 9


    Right-click Local Area Connection. Click Properties.
    Step 10


    Click the Sharing tab.
    Step 11


    Enable the Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection option.
    Select Local Area Connection 2 from the Home Networking connection menu. Click OK.
    Step 12


    Right-click Local Area Connection 2 and click Properties.
    Step 13


    Select Internet Protocol Version 4. Click Properties.
    Step 14


    Make sure the IP Address is set to 192.168.137.1 and the Subnet Mask is set to 255.255.255.0.
    Set the Preferred DNS Server to 128.227.47.6 and the Alternate DNS Server to 128.227.47.7.
    Click OK and close the Network Connections window.
    Step 15

    The Internet Connection Sharing is now setup. On the Wii internet settings, you will need to use factory default settings for the setup of your network connection.
    First, on the Wii Home screen, click the System Settings button.

    Step 16

    Next, click the Wii Settings button.

    Step 17

    Now navigate to the 2nd page of the Wii System Settings page and click “Internet”.

    Step 18

    Now click the Connection Settings.

    Step 19

    Select an available connection, preferably one that is not already configured. If no unused connections are available, select a connection and click “Clear Settings”.

    Step 20

    On the blank connection, select “Wired Connection”.

    Step 21

    All of the connection settings should be at the factory defaults already, so simply run the Connection Test.
    Note: On the computer’s Network Connections window, the LAN adapter that the Wii is connected to will display “Network Cable Unplugged” until the Wii actually attempts to utilize the connection. (i.e. the Connection Test, the Internet Channel, etc)


    داخل انجمن سوال کنید تا دیگران هم اگر مشکل شما را دارند یا برایشان در آینده پیش بیاید استفاده کنند. پیغام خصوصی برای جواب دادن به سوال نیست.

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    Super Moderator patris_70 آواتار ها
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    کد:
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-XM/windows7/Networking-in-Windows-7-Starter


    Networking in Windows 7 Starter

    With Windows 7 Starter, your computer can be part of a wired or wireless network and can connect to the Internet. For more information about networks, see What are the different Internet connection methods?
    You can also use devices that are connected to a network, such as a network printer, as long as your computer is connected to the same network. However, certain network features are unavailable:

    • Creating a homegroup. A computer running Windows 7 Starter can join a homegroup, but you can't use it to create a homegroup. For more information, see Join a homegroup.
    • Internet Connection Sharing. A computer running Windows 7 Starter can't use Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) to share its Internet connection with other computers on the network. With Windows 7 Starter, you must use a router to share an Internet connection among several computers. For more information, see Setting up a home network.
    • Connecting to a domain. Computers running Windows 7 Starter can't connect to a domain.
    • Ad hoc networking. A computer running Windows 7 Starter can't create an ad hoc network (also called a computer-to-computer network), but it can be part of an ad hoc network. Ad hoc networks are often used for a specific purpose, such as playing a multiplayer computer game.
    • Network bridging. A computer running Windows 7 Starter can't create a network bridge, but it can communicate with computers on a different network by being part of a network bridge. To create a network bridge, you must use a computer running an edition of Windows 7 other than Starter.

    For information on upgrading to another edition of Windows 7, see Upgrade to another edition of Windows 7 by using Windows Anytime Upgrade.
    To upgrade now


    • Open Windows Anytime Upgrade by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type anytime upgrade, and then, in the list of results, click Windows Anytime Upgrade.





    داخل انجمن سوال کنید تا دیگران هم اگر مشکل شما را دارند یا برایشان در آینده پیش بیاید استفاده کنند. پیغام خصوصی برای جواب دادن به سوال نیست.

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    Junior Member spider7310 آواتار ها
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    پیش فرض ؟؟؟؟؟؟؟

    سلام
    دوستان من وقتی lan رو به دوتا نوت بوکم وصل میکنم
    داخل هوم گروپ یکی به جای creat a homegroup
    save changs میاد که همین گزینه ی save changs هم خاموشه یعنی نمی شه روش کلیک کرد
    و تو نوت بوک دومی هم که creat a hg هست اونم خاموشه میشه منو راهنمایی کنید؟
    ممنون

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    Junior Member mxmostafa آواتار ها
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    Smiley Un مشکل در شبکه کردن 3 کامپیوتر

    سلام و خسته نباشید
    من تو خونه یه کامپیوتر و دو تا لپ تاب رو با هم شبکه کردم به شکل زیر




    اینم تمام تنظیمات مربوط به آی پی و network sharing که عکسشو گذاشتم


    تمامی کامپیوتر ها به اینترنت وصل می شن
    آی پی مودم 192.168.1.1
    همشون ping می کنند
    ولی بین کامپیوتر ها هیچ ارتباطی وجود نداره
    همدیگرو هم پینگ نمی کنند
    ویندوزاشون هم 7
    مشکل از کجاست؟
    ویرایش توسط mxmostafa : 2012/04/13 در ساعت 10:14 PM

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