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I want to run a program (itunes) on a computer and access it from another, I guess that would be making one computer a server. Do I need a windows server OS, or some kind of software? where do I start?

Both Pc's are running windows xp connected through a linksys router.
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howardtheduck

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Would I have to designate a pc as a server?? And then have a log on prompt and workstation and so on and so on....???
 

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Yes and no, technically the PC with the iTunes share on it is the server and the PC that connects to it is the client, but you just need a simple home network. You don't need a server OS if that is what you are asking.
 

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