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Chapter 25. Networking Mix and Match > Advanced Networking Services

Advanced Networking Services

Several Windows networking options and settings are difficult to categorize. These topics must be covered somewhere, so I've collected them here.

Setting Network Bindings

Windows lets you specify how network components are connected. As you learned in Chapter 19, "Overview of Windows 2000 Networking," a network uses many layers of components. Bindings are the connections between these components. Through bindings, you can control whether the file and printer sharing service can be reached by each installed protocol and through which network and/or dial-up adapters.


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