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Now Hamachi is up and running but we need a network to connect all the computers. Click on Create a new network to create one. After entering the Network ID name and the password click create and the network will be created immediately. The network is created but there is only one computer in the network.

You have got your own network and can access all the computers that are connected to it. Just right-click the computer that you want to access and select Browse. You will see the shared files just like you do with computers on you LAN network.

LogMeIn Hamachi has two great features. First, all connection are encrypted so you are safe. Second, it is transparent, meaning all technical stuff are done behind the scenes so no IP address, Gateway Address or DNS is required to be set.

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Hamachi is a free, virtual private network (VPN) that makes it insanely easy to set up secure connections between computers across the internet. That may sound really complicated, but basically it makes it so you can securely access any of your computers, anywhere in the world, as though you're on the same network. Your Hamachi networks and clients are listed. On the My Networks page, click Add Network. The Add Network (Step 1) page is displayed. Name the network in the Network name field. Use the network name to help identify the network. Select a Network type. We’ll start by downloading LogMeIn Hamachi from the link at the end of the article. Get it installed then fire it up. Once you start it, it will tell you to click the Power On button so press it. When the dialog pops-up enter a name for this computer then click create. Now Hamachi is up and running but we need a network to connect all the computers.