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i have tree PCs, 1 pc for NTserver and two others for NTclient.  what kind of hardware needed for setup a network? assume i like to use a star topology.
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I'd suggest using a 10BaseT Ethernet setup.  You need:

3 10BaseT network cards.  Probably the easiest and cheapest way to go would be NE2000 compatible ISA bus cards.  I like LinkSys but there are many other brands.

3 10BaseT network cables of a length that will reach to where you are putting the PCs.

1 10BaseT hub.

NT includes all the software you need.
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how about software ? just install NTserver for first pc and NTclient for second pc ?
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