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OS 10.5 - connected as guest?

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just installed leopard, and am having issues with my network.
is there any way to connect as registered user, without it showing "connected as guest"?
what am I misunderstanding here?
note, i am relatively new to macs.

I have a second question, I can't find my iMac on my PC (using XP), how can I properly configure my file sharing?

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