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Master Geek


Topic # 68197 16-Sep-2010 18:17
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Hi there i am wondering if it is possible to show  an icon of a laptop when the laptops are connected to my network or a desktop icon when a desktop is connected to my network

they are all running windows 7

i have 3 laptops in my house and 2 desktops

What i want to do is be able to click on network and see all the computers connected and for it to show an icon of the laptops that are connected and an icon of the desktops that are connected

thanks

 

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 382449 20-Sep-2010 20:42
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not sure if its exactly what you are after. But windows 7 lets you map your network. when you do this normally shows the differnt icons of each pc on it.





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Master Geek


  Reply # 383501 23-Sep-2010 10:34
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Hi thanks for the reply now i have another problem

I have laptops and desktops and i would like to change the laptops icon to a laptop because currently they are all desktop icons

How would i change it to a laptop icon 

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