Mac os 9

Can anyone fill me in on what the name of the TCP DNR file is and where it
is located on a Macintosh running OS 9? It seems to be somewhere
completely different then OS 8 since it's not in the same location.

Any help on this subject would be apperciated.
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weedCommented:
MacTCP DNR is located within the System Folder of OS9. Its been a long time since ive used OS8 but i think thats the same.
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becredclayCommented:
It's in the same place in both OS -- directly in the System Folder.
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
can someone  tell me exactly where it is located?

Please, thank you.
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becredclayCommented:
It is in the System Folder -- not in a sub-folder, but directly in the System Folder.  I'm looking at it right now.  That's the same place it is in O.S. 8.1 (I'm looking at that right now, also).
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weedCommented:
Didnt i just say that?
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becredclayCommented:
Yes, you did.
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
Weed, i am sorry but i needed at least another expert to confirm to me that the file was indeed at the same location as previous versions of the OS.
I dont have a Mac nor have I seen os9, but some of my customers do, i was telling him to trash the dnr file so it gets rebuild but he couldn't find it and I thought it could be somewhere else.
beredclay i am sorry but the point have to go to weed since it was I who rejected the answer so other experts would post comment/solution to the problem. Thanks alot to you both.
Weed: just repost the answer and i'll grant you the points.

Space
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becredclayCommented:
I had supported weed's original answer in my comment wich I added to his answer.  It seems that that would have been your confirmation without going through the rejection, re-posting routine.
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
Yeah well sometimes when the question is locked, experts dont look at it and it usually stays with only 1 comment/answer instead of having ppl posting comments because the answer is right.
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
Just out of curiosity, did u post your comment when the question was locked or open?
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becredclayCommented:
Locked.
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weedCommented:
Ok this is me reposting as an answer..heh...Just pretend im saying something extremely helpful.
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
so whats the 12 hours then?
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weedCommented:
12 hours?...what 12 hours?
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spacebrainAuthor Commented:
between the time i rejected the answer and the time becreclay posted a comment
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