In our office, we have 12 computers 'networked' with each other. Straightly, I cannot connect to one PC which is my boss' PC BUT he can connect to mine. I need to 'share'/submit my report documents from my PC to his using network sharing & vice-versa. My PC is running windows 98. (Quite new old PC) My boss' is windows 2000 Server. I've installed File & Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks service on my pc. I changed the workgroup name using our network workgroup name. Restarted & open Network Neighbourhood. Ok, I can see other computers. But the main problem occured after I was trying to connect to my boss' PC (from the Network Neighbourhood). After I double-clicked, a box came out asking me for password. Here's the details: Title: Enter Network Password Text: you must supply a password to make this connection. Resource: \\...\IPC$ I've tried adding a user from my boss' pc (by right-clicking My Computer > Manage > Local Users and Groups. Right-click 'Users' folder & click 'add user'). I key in my Username. Then, in his shared folder (from his pc), I set the sharing permission already (by adding my username). But I still cannot connect to his PC BUT he can connect to mine. I even set his administrator password & of course this doesn't help at all. What is this IPC$ for? remote connection?? I don't think so.. Can help?