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Windows XP Tips & Tricks Page 6

Speed up your network
If you are tired of waiting to load all network shares on your Lan, do the following to speed up your network
Remove all shortcuts in "My Network Places" which are automatically created by Windows.
This step has to be repeated everytime you open your "My Network Places" . To permanently delete these shortcuts, tweak the registry
Open the registry and navigate to HKEY_Current_User --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> CurrentVersion --> Policies --> Explorer\.
Here, create two new DWORD values (if they don’t already exist) called “NoRecentDocsNetHood” and “UseDesktopIniCache”, and set them to “1”.
Increase the send buffer for network data.
Open the registry and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE --> SYSTEM --> CurrentControlSet --> Services --> LanmanServer --> Parameters\.
Here, create a DWORD value called “SizReqBuf”, and assign its Hex value to “FFFF”.
Instead of using "My network Places" to access folders regularly, use "Map Network Drive" from "Tools" Menu of Windows Explorer.
Map Network Drive from tools menu
Map Network Drive
Hiding Your Shares from the Network
If you want to share folders on your computer but do not want them to be visible to others on the Network Neighbourhood, do the following step
Start > Run, type in “net config server /hidden:yes” and press [Enter].
Another method is giving a share name following $ symbol.
Right click the folder and select the Sharing and security.
Enter the share name as something with $ symbol
Prevent Your Shared Documents from the Network
If you do not want shared documents to appear on your computer Network , do the following step
In the registry Editor, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows--> CurrentVersion -->Policies --> Explorer\
Create a new DWORD Value called “NoSharedDocuments”.
Assign its value to “1”
Reboot the computer.
Get rid of Login prompt for guest user
When the Guest user tries to access a limited/administrative user account's shared folder, will be greeted always by a login prompt. To get rid of this very irritating security check for the user who have to work with the files in the shared folder, change the security options.
Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Local Security Policy --> Local Policy --> Security Options
Double-click on “Network access: Sharing and security model for local accounts,”
Select the option “Classic - local users authenticate as themselves” from the drop-down box.
Apply the settings.
Print the Directory Contents
To print or make a list of all the contents of a directory, typing is not an easy way. Instead of typing, create a batch file to generate the list of all files in a folder and add this batch file to right click context menu.
Open a notepad and type the following:
@echo off
del c:\directory.txt
dir %1 /o:g > c:\directory.txt
start /w notepad /p c:\directory.txt

Save this in the root of c drive and name it as "Print Directory Contents.bat"
Now we have to add this batch file in the right click context menu of any folder.
Go to Tools --> Folder Options --> File Types.
From the "Registered File Types" List, select "File Folder" file type.
Click on Advanced button --> New.
In the "Action field" enter "Print/Create list of all contents"
In the “Application to be used to perform this action” field, fill in “C:\Print Directory Contents.bat". Click OK and then close to exit.
Now Right click on any folder to see a new context menu "Print/Create list of all contents".
Selecting this menu starts printing the list of contents.
It also generates a text file named "directory.txt" at the root of the C:\ drive.

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