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New File sharing
THEORETICALLY there's a way for Virtual PC to be able to connect to the rest of the network (including the OS/2 machine itself) using its network tools... but I can't figure out how to do it. Maybe I need to buy the addons for that.

That's really the only way VPC would be viable, if I could open up files via some kind of "shared" folder that links to actual files on my OS/2 machine. I'd hate for my VPC session to be corrupted and have all my Help Desk stuff trapped in one big corrupted, useless file...
"We are all born originals -- why is it so many of us die copies?"
- Edward Young
New I hear the performance is not so good
... on the file sharing doohicky. Try setting up peer networking instead. I think it also depends a lot on which version you have... 5 was a lot better than 4, and if you have 4, you can contact innotek for a free upgrade to 5.
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New probably should do that quickly too
before Microsoft makes it disappear - [link|/forums/render/content/show?contentid=82707|Post #82707]

Darrell Spice, Jr.

[link|http://www.spiceware.org/|SpiceWare] - We don't do Windows, it's too much of a chore

     Hey Jack! - (cwbrenn) - (8)
         Try this: - (jake123) - (7)
             That's the way I used to do it. - (cwbrenn) - (6)
                 Ok, invert the procedure - (jake123) - (5)
                     Here's the thing... - (cwbrenn) - (4)
                         Re: Here's the thing... - (jake123) - (3)
                             File sharing - (cwbrenn) - (2)
                                 I hear the performance is not so good - (jake123) - (1)
                                     probably should do that quickly too - (SpiceWare)

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