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Can someone tell me how to connect to the net using Concentric Network and Windows NT 4.0.
Are the TCP IP settings the same as WIN95 ?
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TCP/IP settings do not change, as far as the host IP address, etc. goes.  Set it up the same way.  NT will raise different dialogs than Win95, but the settings should be the same.
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