I have a cross-over cable network that pings succesfully from server (W98) to client (W2k) and vice versa. The W2k client can read all drives on the W98 computer and can access the attached printer. Both user names and passwords are the same for both systems.
Problem: W98 server can browse CD-Rom, floppy, and Zip drive on the W2k client, but cannot browse the partitioned hard drive. I notice that in drive-properties-sharing all 'browsable' drives on both machines have share names consisting of a single letter equal to the drive ID. The partitioned hard drive is however by default identified by C$ and D$. I do not seem to be able to successfully change these to simple C and D respectively. The user name on the problematic W2k machine has 'Power User' priviledges. I chose the defaults (as simple as possible) when 'sharing' all mentioned drives, including the partitioned disk. These are both NTFS format. I would prefer not to use the Guest user on the W2k machine since later I want to connect to the internet. Administrator is presumably even less secure.
Assistance humbly sought.