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Dear sir :

I try to use AddIPAddress() of IP
functions in SDK platform 2000.  
The menu said :
Requirements :
  Windows NT/2000: Requires Windows2000.
  Windows 95/98: Unsupported.
#1.My question is that Is this function
good for Windows NT or just only for win2000 ?

#2. How can let this function work with
windows NT ( if not good for winNT )and windwos95/98 ?

Thanks in advanced !

jsll

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by:rhodgson
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1.  This function only works on Windows2000, it will not work on NT3.5x on NT4.

2.  This function does not exist on the other operating systems, therefore you have to achieve this by emulating the routing table changes.
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Thanks rhodgson:

Is this a another way to change IP
Address in program ( on fly ) with win98 or winNT ?

I will raise points to offer
this question !!!

jsll
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Edited text of question.
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Morten from Eliten earned 30 total points
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You will have to edit the registry manually, to update the IP address of a network adaptor.

For 10 points, you'll have to figure out how, for yourself (But look in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE).
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