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Netbios Logging in Win2k Pro?

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1. Is there a way to log all Netbios connections?  I've read about a netbios.log file in newsgroup posts about 2000 server edition, but I have professional.  

2.  Also, is there a way to reliably restrict the IP's that netbios listens to?

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NBTstat can be used to show netbios connection.

You may be able to use win2k auditing to catch all of the netbios usage in the event log.

I would also check the Microst site - search for Netbios log

I hope this helps !!
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-I agree with Sysexpert nbtstat -S for sessions...

-if you want to block sessions to your computer by specific IP's , Id suggest you install Black-Ice which allows you to place IP addresses on "block lists"... If a computer on the list tries to communicate to your computer...it is not allowed.
http://www.networkice.com/downloads/blackice_defender.html
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For firewall protection, I prefer the Free ZoneAlarm from zonelabs.com

It has similar functionality.

I hope this helps !
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