Email Required, but never shown. I know this is a generic question, but what I’m looking for is a good reference that I can use to configure TS in this type of setup. My admittedly somewhat limited experience is that, unless you absolutely need all the additional features that come with some of these wireless configuration packages just pull out the drivers and let Windows handle the rest. I’m having a bit of a problem. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Any other information at all regarding this type of setup would be greatly apprcieated.
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Generic Ethernet drivers for WINDOWS – Super User
Will try again when i wij2k home. Poster rated this answer 0 Votes. I’m having a bit of a problem. According to my newegg history, its actually a dlink maybe thats a separate issue lol: And no to the question you asked.
I have lots of points that will generously distributed, thanks. Problem is that the Belkin Wireless Utility doesn’t want to load.
Win2K Terminal Services on a NT LAN – TechRepublic
Discussion topics include Wi-Fi setups, This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Anyway, now that my internet works in both Windows and Linux, I’ve pretty much lost interest in this question but I will still post my Linux output below for completeness who knows maybe it’ll help somebody else This is a great book to take you from the beginnings into the detail needed to solve problems with profiles and policies. If your Win2k TS server has access to your NT domain ie it’s trusted then you should simply be able to add users from the NT domain to your Win2k server.
No clue what card it is or if it evens works.
generoc WINS and Userdata replication. Anyway, from Alex’s answer and what I half-guessed before posting, it sounds like this probably doesn’t exist — or rather that’s not the way things work. Like Windows XP does?
I threw it back in an anti-static bag as soon as the Dlink was good to go. My question isn’t what driver to use I will mention for the benefit of anyone looking for the same thing, that I remember some driver packs from my days of making automated Windows install discs this was back with XP but I’m sure people have ’em for Win7 and later.
For the integrated NIC: I’ve looked on Google and SU but no luck thus far. This caused issues just like yours.
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You are posting a reply to: I have a lot of experience with WTS and could give you some hint. My admittedly somewhat limited experience is that, unless you absolutely need all the additional features that come with some of these wireless configuration packages just pull out the drivers and let Windows handle the rest. Win 7 x64 wasn’t listed anywhere, and the only newer version I saw v This isn’t quite the same thing as I was asking about, and it wouldn’t give you the latest and greatest but it may be a solution for somebody.
Another really good book is: