While Windows NT4 can not be an Internet Connection Sharing Host (the ICS Host functionalityis only available in Windows98SE/ME and Windows 2000), NT4 can be configures as ICS Client.Before you […]
You have an NT workstation, which is to be connected to an Windows 2000 Domain server.While it is technically possible to access data on an Windows2000 Domain server using workgroup […]
As an Administrator of an NT4-server, you need sometimes to make system maintenance orinstall some new software or hardware components, which requires no users to be connectedto the server during […]
The Windows NT-Server CD-ROM includes under \CLIENTS\SRVTOOLS the"Windows NT Server Tools" for both Windows NT workstation and Windows95(which work on Windows98), allowing to perform some common administration tasksfrom a Windows95/98 […]
NT4 Workstation includes a "Peer Web-Server", based on "Internet Information Server (IIS)":- NT4 Peer Web-Server: Installation(created June 24,2000)- Internet Service Manager(created June 24,2000)- Web-Server : ASP Upgrade(created June 24,2000)Microsoft offers […]
The "Network Neighborhood" on an NT-system worksvery similar as on a Windows95 system, except thatis handled the higher security of NT (usernames).It is based on the Browse-Master concept(because for Microsoft, […]
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