Re: Is the LLTD responder required on XP SP3

"Steve Winograd" <bc070521m@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:qp2h54p1ck5k6eqjk2aricam08tvnv125j@xxxxxxxxxx
On Tue, 17 Jun 2008 19:46:04 -0700, "Bill" <no@xxxxxx> wrote:

Must I install the LLTD responder on XP SP3 machines to allow a Vista
machine to see the XP machines on the network?

The LLTD Responder isn't required on any version of XP. Vista and XP
can see each other and share files without it.

The only purpose of the LLTD Responder is to allow an XP computer to
appear in Vista's "Network Map".

AFAIK LLTD is included in SP3 anyway - trying to find a "kosher" reference....


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