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Windows 7: PC twice in Network, how to remove?


23 Feb 2014   #1

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PC twice in Network, how to remove?

hi folks

I am installing my Synology DS 213J, and as part of that operation I need to make some alterations in my Network settings to get it working.

Now, 'network' stuff is not my cup of tea, way too complicated.

As a result, I found my PC-ADMIN twice in my network, I refer to the print screen. The are shown in a different way though. I'm not sure if that is necessary, so I tried to remove one of the two, to no avail.

Anyone who can do a suggestion? Thanks a bunch for your help and time involved.




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27 Feb 2014   #2

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another try

My network drives me crazy. I was wondering how I can remove the 3 items as shown in print screen.

Your help is highly appreciated. Thanks a stack!



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08 Mar 2014   #3

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my post must be in the wrong section I suppose.

or I am doing something very wrong. Either how, id like to know.
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