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How to make connection to Win2000 Adv Server while Client is DOS?

Posted on 2002-05-12
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       I've heard that windows 2000 Advanced Server, or NT can serve DOS Client through MS Lan Maneger 2.X but I have tried it, It's Error!
        Adv Server Run DHCP so I just want to know where to download Client Tools that can make DOS Station communicate to Server running DHCP through TCP/IP protocol...Tell me more if there's another ways doing so...
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Follow the steps described on this link and everything will be working :)

http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/Dosclnt3.htm

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