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Chapter 24. Configuring Your Computer fo... > Installing and Configuring Transfer ...

Installing and Configuring Transfer Call Protocol/Internet Protocol and Related Components

As with most configuration tasks, configuring Windows XP networking components depends on whether you choose to install the necessary components during setup. You will then need to use the Control Panel to configure the networking components you want to install. The next section explains the steps required for installing TCP/IP components after the initial Windows XP setup has been performed. This is necessary if you skipped the installation of networking components during the Windows XP setup procedure. After installing the required components, you then will learn how to configure them.

Using Add/Remove Programs to Install Network Components

If a network adapter card is installed in your computer when you install Windows XP, Windows XP will recognize it; so by default, the Setup procedure will install the card and some of the software used for local area networking. If you choose the Typical setup, only a minimal number of components will be installed. These are as follows:


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