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How do you go about installing the Active Client Directory on a Windows 98 machine?
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You need to install dsclient.exe from Win2K cd(in "clients" folder ) . And also there must be internet explorer 4.01 or newer versions . The last thing that you should do is to enable active desktop .
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Ok, thanks, are there any tips before I proceed?
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