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Accessing a Remote Network
Once you've constructed your network, it's possible for you to access it using a Windows 98 system at a remote location, such as a laptop or a home computer. Using a modem, you can dial into one of your computers and access resources anywhere on the network. The following tutorials examine the procedures for setting up and using a remote network connection.