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Question by janaki
Submitted on 9/29/2003
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a small company with 3 departments recently began networking by installing peer-to-peer networks in each departments.Four people in one department are working on a project. Each person has a different set of responsibilities ,but they all produce documentation for their part of the project.Each person has made the hard drive on their own computer available to everyone else on the project.

The available facts:
As the project grows, each user produses more documents and there is some question about who has which document and who was the last person to change the documents. Also people who are not in the department but who have an interest in the project are asking to see some of the completed material.

YOUR SOLUTION:(Guidelines)
1.Case of the problem of who has which documents

2.Possible solutions on what changes can be made to give a centralized control of access to these documents.

3.Impact of your solution on the Network Users.
What type of changes will your solution bring to the users operating environments?

Answer by john
Submitted on 4/22/2004
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Im student and i'got reseach project to network a company.
my is what are basic and main step to network a small company with only one department by installing per-to-per network.

my regeards,


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