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Has anyone gotten the Client Based Network Tools from Resource Kit to work on Win 2K?
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Yes.  I used the ones for NT4.  They worked just fine.
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When I start the install from the AutoPlay I get a message that says I need NT4.0 or later. I am on build 2195.
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What I used is the files off of the NT Server CD.  Just run the \CLIENTS\SRVTOOLS\WINNT\Setup.bat, and follow the directions from there.
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Thanks...got it.
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