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[[Image:Windows XP UPNP.JPG|frame|none|''Windows XP UPnP Configuration'']]
[[Image:Windows XP UPNP.JPG|frame|none|''Figure 1.  Windows XP UPnP Configuration'']]




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*If you see “Hide icons for networked UPnP devices”, you are done. No further action is necessary
*If you see “Hide icons for networked UPnP devices”, you are done. No further action is necessary
*If you see “Show icons for networked UPnP devices”, click on it and let the system get configured. You are done.
*If you see “Show icons for networked UPnP devices”, click on it and let the system get configured. You are done.
==Related Pages==
* [[ISY-99i/ISY-26 INSTEON:Start up|Start up]]
* [[ISY-99i/ISY-26 INSTEON:User Guide|User Guide]]
* [[ISY-99i/ISY-26 INSTEON:How-To Guide|How-To Guide]]
* [[ISY-99i/ISY-26 INSTEON:Advanced Configuration Guide|Advanced Configuration Guide]] (using the ISY shell)
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Latest revision as of 14:50, 5 April 2009

UPnP is normally disabled on all computers by default. In order to make sure and/or to configure UPnP, please follow the following steps:


Figure 1. Windows XP UPnP Configuration


  • Click on My Network Places (either on the Start Menu or Desktop)
  • On the left Navigation Pane
  • If you see “Hide icons for networked UPnP devices”, you are done. No further action is necessary
  • If you see “Show icons for networked UPnP devices”, click on it and let the system get configured. You are done.


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