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host, granting access rights to anyone using the guest computer,

carry out the following procedure.

NOTE:

The following procedure is just one of many that could be used

to share files in a folder on the host computer. For example,

there is user-level access control as well as share-level access

control. The following procedure is one of the simplest access

control procedures, which is all that is needed to get started

using DCC. To get information about all the ways files, folders,

and printers can be shared, use the Windows 95 Help.

1. Double-click the My Computer icon.

2. Double-click the icon for the drive that contains the folder you

want to share (for example, double-click the icon for the C drive).

3. Right-click the icon for the folder you want to share, and then

click Properties.

4. Click the Sharing tab, and then click Shared As.

5. Enter a share name, enter a comment, and then add user access

rights (Full or Read-Only).

The folder icon now changes to a folder held in a hand,

indicating that this folder is now a shared resource.

Making Sure DCC Is Installed on Both Computers:

DCC is not installed with the typical Windows 95 installation

recommended for most computers. Check whether DCC is installed

on both of the two computers that will be using the IR link. To

do this, click the Start button, point to Programs, and then point

to Accessories. Direct Cable Connection appears on this menu if it

is installed.

If DCC is installed on both the host computer and the guest computer,

then skip the next step.

An Optional Step: Installing DCC:

Before establishing a DCC connection, DCC must be installed on both

the host computer and the guest computer. Carry out the following

procedure on each computer that does not have DCC already installed.

1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control

Panel.

2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon, and then click the

Windows Setup tab.

3. Click Communications, and then click the Details button.

4. Make sure that the Direct Cable Connection check box is selected,

and then click OK.

Establishing and Using the DCC IR Link Between Host and Guest:

To run DCC over an IR link, carry out the following procedure:

1. Make sure the IR communications driver is properly installed and

the IR devices are enabled by carrying out the procedures in

“Step 1. Installing the IR Communications Driver” and “Step 2.

Validating the IR Communications Driver Installation” earlier

in this document.

NOTE:

To increase the likelihood of success with DCC over an IR link,

use the Limit Connection Speed To option on the Infrared Monitor

Options tab to limit the IR connection speed to 9600 bps for the

first test of DCC over the IR link (and then increase the speed

later).

2. On the host computer, click the Start button, point to Accessories,

and then click Direct Cable Connection.

3. Follow the steps in the Direct Cable Connection Wizard to set up

the host computer.

When the wizard prompts you for it, select the Host option.

When the wizard prompts you to choose a port, use the same

virtual port used in the procedure “Step 2. Validating the

IR Communications Driver Installation” earlier in this document.

The wizard also offers password protection. It is not necessary

to establish password protection on the host computer for this

test of the IR link. When you have finished the wizard, click the

Finish button. DCC starts running on the IR link and displays the

following message: “Status: Waiting to connect via Serial cable on

Comx,” where Comx is the name of the virtual port the IR link is

using.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the guest computer, except select the

Guest option instead of the Host option. When you have finished

the wizard, click the Finish button.

The DCC connection is automatically made over the IR link, and all

the shared folders on the host computer are displayed on the guest

computer’s screen.

If you are working on the guest computer, and you want to copy a shared

folder from the host computer to the guest computer, select the folder’s

icon in the window that displays all the shared folders that are on the

host computer, and drag the icon to the desktop.

To work on a shared folder on the host computer without copying it to

the guest computer, double-click the folder in the display on the guest

computer. Note that if the host computer is connected to a network, the

guest computer can reach shared resources on the network through the DCC

connection to the host.

IR COMMUNICATIONS DRIVER COMPONENTS

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The following files make up the IR communications driver:

Filename Description

——– ———–

ACT200L.VXD Support for the ACTiSYS ACT-IR200L IR adapter

ACT220L.VXD Support for the ACTiSYS ACT-IR220L IR adapter

ADAPTEC.VXD Support for Adaptec IR adapter

CRYSTAL.VXD Support for AMP PhasIR Serial Adapter

ESI.VXD Support for Extended Systems JetEye PC Infrared

Interface (ESI9680)

INFRARED.CPL Infrared device in the Windows 95 Control Panel

INFRARED.DLL Infrared device class installer

INFRARED.INF IR device information file for Windows 95 Setup

INFRARED.HLP On-line help topics for Infrared Monitor

IRCOMM.VXD Top layer of IR communications for Windows 95

IRDALAN.INF IrLan device information file for Windows 95 Setup

IRDALAN.SYS IrLan driver

IRENUM.VXD Enumerator for the “IR bus”

IRLAMP.VXD IrDA protocol, middle layer of IR communications

for Windows 95

IRLAPFRM.VXD Generic infrared framer, lower layer of IR

communications for Windows 95

IRMON.EXE Infrared Monitor

IRMONHLP.EXE IR Monitor on-line help utility

IR_BEGIN.WAV Sound for Infrared Monitor user interface

IR_END.WAV Sound for Infrared Monitor user interface

IR_INTER.WAV Sound for Infrared Monitor user interface

MSPORTS.INF IR port information file for Windows 95 Setup

PARALLAX.VXD Support for Parallax IR Adapter, LiteLink PRA9500A

W_IR.CNT Table of contents for Infrared Monitor on-line help

The documentation files supplied with the IR device driver are:

Filename Description

——– ———–

Infrared.txt This document.

IR ADAPTER MANUFACTURER NAMES AND ADDRESSES

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The following manufacturers supply IR adapters that have been tested

successfully with the Windows 95 IR Communications driver:

ActiSys, Inc.

1507 Fulton Place

Fremont CA 94539

Tel: (510) 490-8024

Fax: (510) 623-7268

E-mail: corp@actisys.com

Adaptec, Inc.

691 South Milpitas Blvd,

Milpitas CA 95035

Tel: 1 (800) 959-7274

Fax: 1 (408) 957-7223

AMP Product Information Center

AMP Incorporated

Harrisburg PA 17105

Tel: 1 (800) 522-6752

Extended Systems, Inc.

5777 North Meeker Ave

Boise ID 83704-1520

Tel: (208) 322-7575

Fax: (208) 377-1906

The Parallax IR adapter distributor in North America is:

TSC Electronics

1610 Lockness Place

Torrance CA 90501

Tel: (310) 534-2738

Fax: (310) 534-3216

E-mail: dtsaitsc@aol.com

Contact: Daniel Tsai

The Parallax IR adapter distributor outside North America is:

Parallax Research

201 Innovation Centre

NTU

Nanyang Drive

Singapore 639798

Republic of Singapore

Tel: +65 793-0855

Fax: +65 793-0775

E-mail: parallax@technet.sg

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