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Windows XP has been the first version of Windows to provide Remote Assistance (RAS) that users can install and use. Windows XP also gained the ability to use an IP-based security system called (MSIP). MSIP is a security architecture which prevents the exposure and injection of remotely-hijacked files from outside a down level attack, such as by placing a Trojan horse on an employee's computer. (For the sake of the MSIP architecture, it must be assumed that every resident on a network is present on the network.) The MSIP system is not installed by default, and needs to be added as a separate download from Microsoft. To get to the Remote Assistance tab, the user must right-click on the Start button, point the mouse cursor at \"Settings,\" and then select \"Settings\" from the pop-up menu. This will bring up the \"Add/Remove Programs\" section, then click the \"Add/Remove Programs\" button and select \"Add/Remove Windows Features.\" Select the \"Windows Features\" tab, and then click the \"Add/Remove Windows Features\" button. Select the \"Windows Remote Assistance\" checkbox, and then click the \"Install\" button. Once in the dialog, select the checkboxes for the components you want to install, and then click the \"OK\" button. It is recommended that the Windows Update checkbox and the Windows Firewall checkbox be checked. If you want to use Windows Firewall, also select the checkbox for the Microsoft Zone Internet Control Panel option that will allow an added layer of security for the two Microsoft security zones.
Windows XP is the first version of Windows to implement a file-sharing application called Windows SharePoint Services (WSS), which enables document management, intranet collaboration in the form of wikis, and Internet collaboration in the form of blogs or online journals. This has a further benefit of integrating server-side functionality with client-side functionality, allowing the sharing of files using various protocols including HTTP and SMB (Windows File Sharing). The implementations in 2000/2003 was more limited, and did not add Intranet and Internet collaboration features, making XP's implementation of WSS more complete. 7211a4ac4a