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Kathy E.

Kathy E.

PCIQSP005263

Gateshead, NE10

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1 Jobs Completed for PCIQ

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Member since 28 Sep 2009

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  • Chester le Street
  • Consett
  • Darlington
  • Durham
  • Gateshead
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  • Newcastle upon Tyne
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  • Stanley
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our present third party support is finished. We have windows serv
25 Oct @ 14:51
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5AN
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RE: network problem

Without knowing the OS etc it is difficult to be sure, but try setting up a user account on each machine with the same user name and (strong) password. You don't both have to be logged in with this account, it just needs to exist. Get your friend to grant permisions to read files (or whatever) top this use if it is a Pro version of the OS or to make it a member of the local administators group if it is a Home version. If you are in the same room (on the same local network), map a drive to your friend's PC using this username and password. If you are using remote desktop or another remote access solution such as logmein, use this username and password to make the connection. Remind your friend to add this account to the list of users allowed remote access (not necessary if the account is a member of the administrators group). I've probably forgotten something, but I'm sure someone else will remind me. ;-)

29 Sep @ 15:00

RE: network problem

Without knowing the OS etc it is difficult to be sure, but try setting up a user account on each machine with the same user name and (strong) password. You don't both have to be logged in with this account, it just needs to exist. Get your friend to grant permisions to read files (or whatever) top this use if it is a Pro version of the OS or to make it a member of the local administators group if it is a Home version. If you are in the same room (on the same local network), map a drive to your friend's PC using this username and password. If you are using remote desktop or another remote access solution such as logmein, use this username and password to make the connection. Remind your friend to add this account to the list of users allowed remote access (not necessary if the account is a membe tof the administrators group). I've probably forgotten something, but I'm sure someone else will remind me. ;-)

29 Sep @ 15:00

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Experienced, Microsoft certified engineer and trainer, with over 20 years experience in PC, server and network support. We specialise in support for small businesses. We also offer training on Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint, Visio and Project for groups or one-to-one with a PTLLS qualified trainer, who is a member of the Institute of IT Training. We offer a friendly, personalised service to all our clients.

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