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Chapter 7. Network Configuration

Chapter 7. Network Configuration

While the average user is comfortable with the applications he or she uses on a regular basis, network configuration is another story. Unless you've had a reason to go digging through your computer's network settings, you might have little experience or understanding of how to configure a network interface and what to do when problems occur.

This chapter provides answers to specific questions about network configuration and troubleshooting. You'll learn how to configure a protocol, enable and disable network interfaces, unbind a protocol from a client or service, and change the order in which Windows 2000 uses various network providers.


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