I currently have Windows XP running on my home PC and Redhat Linux 9 on a second. I have benn trying to configure my PC to enble me to remote logon to my Linux box. In so doing I have changed some of the networking settings on the XP box in an attempt to enable it to be more visible to my home network. However, in so doing I appear to have gone one adjustment to far and now I cannot access the internet. I can dial out fine but cannot connect to any web addresses getting "Server Unavailable" messages. This problem also exists with e-mail.
I also tried a ping from within a dos window and got the following error message.
Could not start NETLOGON on local computer, error 10106. The requested service provider could not be loaded. I have tried a number of different dial up accounts but all with the same results.
I thought I had returned everything to the nominal settings but it made no difference. I have seen references to this error message before on the net but non of the scenarios fit my situation.
Can anyone help please?
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