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 Post subject: Which Version to use
PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 2:59 pm 
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it must be that I don't know something, but can anyone please explain, which version should I use (which version do I want to use?)

I have a small network of WinXP computers (same workgroup, not domain). What would be the best one to use? SMB, NSF or FTP?

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Bob


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Bob....

I have a similar setup. I have a combination of Win2K and XP machines. I use NAS Lite SMB. I run it on an old NEC PII with 64MB of RAM and have two drives installed (60GB and 40GB). Just old stuff cobbled together.

I use it to share/access files between machines. Makes life easier than having to constantly syncing machines.

Setup was a snap. It actually took longer to install the drives in the machine than to conigure NASLite.

Good Luck

Tim


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 Post subject: SMB
PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2005 6:20 pm 
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If you are using windows, and don't know wich version to use, you should use the SMB version (or SMBG if your box has a Gigabit network card)


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