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Connect to my home network

by bdaveyrmes / January 25, 2006 6:03 AM PST

I have a home network running all computers on XP Home with a D-Link router (New 802.11g - 108 mbps).

I want to access a computer on that network from my network at my office. All computers are running XP Home.

All computers are completely up to date with the most current XP updates including SP2.

Is this possible?

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