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Network icon missing (network functioning)

Posted on 2002-06-24
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There are no network icons in my "My Netork Place" properties box. This wouldn't bother me if i didn't need to make some changes as the network is totaly functional. I have installed most Windows Updates and re-installed Service Pack 2. I have crippled the on-board nic and installed a substitue card which also works, also with no icon so I put it back to original.
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by:jhance
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Do you have any NETWORK CLIENTS installed?  If so, what ones?  If not, try installing Client for Microsoft Networks.
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by:waltbowman
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My partner found it. Run dcomcfg and set identity to anything but "Anonymous"
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by:jmiller47
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I tried running this command from a Windows 2000 Pro, Server, and XP Pro PC and it could not find the file. I have never heard of this tool. Would it be possible for you to elaborate a little? Anything you can teach an expert is always appreciated. :)
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by:waltbowman
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I misspelled it. It's dcomcnfg.exe
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I'm not seeing how to cancel/withdraw/delete the question....
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dont worry, this will be taken care of by a moderator for this question, but please in the future when you would like to end or delete a question, just post a zero-point question to Community support saying so.

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