Windows XP Professional Edition is the replacement for Windows NT4 and Windows 2000,and offers therefore the same level of User Management and security as Windows NT4 andWindows2000, which starts with […]
With a special setup, it is possible to configure Windows95 for simultaneoususe of Direct-Cable-Connection and a Dialup Networking connection to theinternet using a 3rd party Proxy (like: WinRouteLite )so :What […]
When your Windows NT/2000/XP system is configured to use DHCP or Automatic IP Generation,you sometimes have to check/verify the IP-address assigned to your system and sometimes youneed manually request your […]
Are you using at work a notebook computer connected to your company network ?If your company network uses TCP/IP protocol and a network server, then you will have your notebook […]
Defining a Network Share under Windows 2000 is very much the same as under Windows NT4:Right-click on the Disk-iconin "My Computer" to share acomplete disk or on anyfolder-icon to partially […]
Windows XP Home and Professional include some tools to use the Internet for more thanjust to "surf": to view WWW-webpages in HTML-format.But the Internet has also its security problems, because […]
Due to its Plug-and-Play capability, Windows 2000 should detect your network card andinstall the proper drivers (which worked fine on my system with my Realteak card, but first I had […]
Windows 2000 uses/installs as default TCP/IP protocol. While in a small home network it is easyto assign manually the IP-addresses (or use the Windows98/ME Auto-IP-configuration and / orthe Windows2000 Auto-IP-configuration), […]
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