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You have a Windows 7 computer connected to a small network that is not part of a domain. You want to see the computers and printers on the network. Which feature would you use?

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HomeGroups are a simple way of sharing resources and managing authentication to resources on a home network. You can use the Home Group option in the Control Panel or Explorer to see computers. Shared files, and printers that are part of the HomeGroup. My Network Places is a feature of Windows XP that you would use to browse network devices. Use Devices and Printers or Device Manager to manage hardware devices connected to the local computer.

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