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The capital letter makes a difference. After you type a longer password, click Create again. Someone recommended i used IPX for file sharing, and TCP for the Internet, on my home netwoek. I changed my NTLM registry setting in Vista to 1. his comment is here

There is a link somewhere on this forum for how to do that, or you can find instructions by googling.4. The best it has ever done is the 'Reduced connectivity' icon on the XP machine. and they could see each other for one afternoon, next day after reboots, not a glimmer of each other. Enabled/CHECKED "File and Printer Sharing" on both computers in the "Control Panel/Network Connections" section?Made sure that such sharing is allowed through your firewall? (On the Windows Firewall, there should be an http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=883918

I can access the internet through my wireless connection to a Speedtouch router which is hardwired to the older machines. Currently i'm only using TCP/IP! hopefully this helped anyone looking for a real answer.

My guess is (because it's working now) you had a worm on your ME machine. Tried Half and Full Deplux. You seem to have a hub and you seem to be able to get an IP for each machine. You can connect both machines directly to your ISP.

But from Win2k Machine to WinME machine, i'm lucky if it get 900 kpbs!!!! Hopefully all sorted now, but would be grateful if someone could confirm these speeds are good :-) Thanks for all your help, guys and gals! So is this possible to play games through IPX on win2k? http://www.outpostfirewall.com/forum/showthread.php?5776-Using-IPX-is-my-small-network-safe On the File menu, click Properties.

Is there some reason you cannot use Proxy, by AnalogX? You can also leave the password boxes blank. Does all that go away and I have to do it all again? hold the windows key on your keyboard and press r then a dialog box will come up in the bottom left hand corner of the screen in the box type regedit

Cheers Paul G Ps. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). They have SymantecAntivirusUser and SymantecAntivirusAdmin groups. New version of CLNTRUST for XP Problems Updated Nov. 6, 2002: I have pulled the interim field test version of CLNTRUST off my web site as the version number was incorrect,

Another issue is that on some PC's (usually Win2k or XP), the login script hangs when you hit the CLNTRUST launch. this content All rights reserved. There is a version of CLNTRUST that gets installed with BorderManager itself. In the User Name box, type the user name that you created in Windows 95 or Windows 98.

Both my computers are conneced directly to the hub and that way out via the ADSL modem. Leer reseña completaPáginas seleccionadasPágina del títuloÍndiceÍndiceStartup and Shutdown1 The User Interface25 Windows Explorer72 The Web118 Networking153 Email219 The Registry243 Basic Utilities261 Applications292 Graphics and Multimedia307 System Performance325 Hardware340 Index363 Página de In the Workgroup box, type the workgroup name that you noted in step 1D, and then click OK. weblink If you feel that you have fully defined your ISP DNS hosts in your current ruleset, you might try the following strategy next time you get a popup for DNS on

If you receive an error message that indicates that the password does not meet the password policy requirements, click OK , and then make the password longer (use eight characters, and As the result of the unification of Microsoft's corporate series (Windows NT and 200) with the home series (Windows 95, 98, and Me), Windows XP offers much that is pleasing to Try unchecking it and see what happens.

I have the same problem.

About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center CLNTRUST Problems - Nov. 23, 2004 Problems Launching CLNTRUST - Nov. 23, 2004 I have seen a On the win2k machine, the Taskbar icon for the nic, says: "Speed 100.0 Mbps" The WinME machine, i can't check to see its running at 100mbps, but a light on the Originally posted by Calle But then I told a friend who is more knowledgeable, about my setup, and he said it is too risky. Just keep the firewall running on each machine.

Thank you guys! Información bibliográficaTítuloWindows XP HacksHacks SeriesAutorPreston GrallaEdiciónilustradaEditor"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 2003ISBN0596005113, 9780596005115N.º de páginas392 páginas  Exportar citaBiBTeXEndNoteRefManAcerca de Google Libros - Política de privacidad - Condicionesdeservicio - Información para editores - Notificar un error Well I forgot to mention this but we have IPX already installed and the games still won't run. check over here No?No IPX support from Novell so no file sharing, and surprised to see there is no Internet community fix out there...

I assume I need the two ones in the Local Area Connection for things to work. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 65 total posts (Page 1 of 3) 01 02 03 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer If the user name is not recognized in the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database on the computer that is running Windows 2000 Professional, that computer cannot gain access to the shared What was your reason for doing this?

There is no substitute for a little self-research. This should work in both directions. The one thing that comes to mind is some kind of tunneling program might work in a case like yours. I guess you could say that I am pretty used to configuring win2k, never have tried XP, but now I have these new machines and this OS is ridiculous.

Right-click on My Network Places, and select Properties.2. Double-click Local Area Connection . Here is another site with more information about NetBEUI. Make sure you are on the same workgroup.

He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Have a good day. So you might not have a TCP/IP problem. it would be more helpful to the community if you backed up your insults with some actual information and had some experience with the problem.

And where the host is: Here I put the IP numbers of the two machines Sorry, I was not clear. There are a few services regarding "symantec" that are set to Manual. Also, if you have BorderManager 3.8, be aware that 3.8 ships with the Novell Client Firewall (NCF), which is a pretty good personal firewall.