How to transfer data via adhoc

Step 1
Sign on to the source workstation. Click the Windows “Start” button and select “Computer.” Navigate to the folder where the file is stored.

Step 2
Select the file and press “Ctrl-C” to copy the file to the Windows clipboard. Click the address bar and type “c:\users\public” and press “Enter.”

Step 3
Double-click “Public Documents” and press “Ctrl-V” to transfer a duplicate of the file to the public library.

Step 4
Select the wireless network connection icon from the taskbar to confirm the workstation is connected to the ad hoc network.

Step 5
Click the Windows “Start” button, right-click “Network” and choose “Properties” from the context menu to open the Network and Sharing Center.

Step 6
Choose “Change Advanced Sharing Settings” from the left pane. Expand “Home or Work.”

Step 7
Confirm “Turn On Network Discovery,” “Turn On File Sharing,” “Turn On Sharing So Anyone with Network Access Can Read and Write Files in the Public Folders” and “Turn Off Password Protected Sharing” are selected.

Step 8
Click “Save Changes.” Sign on to the destination workstation and open Network and Sharing Center.


Step 9
Confirm the computer is signed on to the ad hoc network. View the sharing settings and confirm “Turn On Network Discovery” is selected. Click “Save Changes.”


Step 10
Click the Windows “Start” button and select “Network.” Double-click the name of the source computer.

Step 11
Go to the Public Documents folder. Drag-and-drop the shared file onto the desktop to transfer it to the destination PC over the ad hoc network.
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About the Author
mohassin Hassan® has been working as a writer since 2008. She received an A.A. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B.S. in computer science at the University of Central Florida. Mohassin also has more than six years of professional information-technology experience, specializing in computer architecture, operating systems, networking, server administration, virtualization and Web design.

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