Utilities for mounting a FTP folder as a mapped netwok drive.
Description of the different ways Windows can convert a logical network name to a physical address.
Configure the priority of how it should lookup the physical network address of a computer.
Description of different causes and solutions to network problems.
Forcing the user to provide credentials before being allowed to use Windows 9x.
Collection of Microsoft articles to help in troubleshooting dialup modem failures.
System Policies are useful when wanting to enforce a certain configuration or restriction on all computer and users in the domain.
How to configure a network adapter to be part of multiple subnets.
Configure how the TCP/IP should respond when multiple network adapters are installed.
Increase the speed of the network connection by changing the TCP/IP settings.
Setting up a computer network, and steps for troubleshooting errors in the computer network.
Using PING to test the network connection and calculating the best TCP/IP receive window.
Description of how router metric works, and how to use it to prioritise gateways and perform simple load balancing.
How the HOSTS file can be used to customize the host name resolution.
Make the dialup connection time faster by limiting the dialup protocols to only TCPIP.
Configure the hardware settings for the dialup modem and serial port for optimal speed.
Configuring the TCPIP stack to increase the amount of concurrent connections in Windows 95 / 98 / Me.
Description of the registry keys used for configuring the TCP/IP max transfer unit (MTU) size in Windows 95 / 98 / Me.
Description of the registry keys used for configuring the TCP/IP stack in Windows 95 / 98 / Me.
There are several security issues one should take care of when having a network connection.
Using PING to test the network connection and finding the best TCP/IP max transfer unit (MTU).
Description of how to configure a computer network without a DHCP server.