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The same process will apply to each 'Node' on your network, so we'll just look at getting 'Node2' started.
1. Go to the first Node machine
This is where you get fit, especially if you work in a large office. You need to go to the machine which you've designated to be 'Node2'. From that machine, access your 'Host's' hard disk from across the network. This is usually done through the Chooser.
Once you've brought up the Host on your Node's monitor screen, navigate your way through its content until you find the folder "LWSN_node2" or your own equivalent. The path to this on my computer is shown below:
Inside this folder should be a copy of the application "LWSN". Run this application from the 'Node' and hopefully LWSN will begin running and a window will appear showing the text: "LightWave command: init" written continuously down the screen.
That's it! This machine is waiting to render. Repeat this step for each node and its own copy of LWSN. You're very nearly there.
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