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Hex radix data entry

Posted on 2004-08-18
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How do I enter Hex radix in the value data?
 
The following is a solution for Netlogon 5719
Try the following on your server:
START | RUN | REGEDIT
navigate to:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\NetBT\Parameters

Add Value: MaxDgramBuffering
Type: REG_DWORD
Set data value to: 0x40000 (256K), using the Hex radix. The default for this Value Name is 0x20000 (128K) and the range is 0 - 0xFFFFFFFF

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by:Crash2100
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First you create the DWORD value.  Then in it's properties, set the base as hexidecimal.

And I think the you should set the value 40000 for the first.  And 20000 for the second.
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by:topliu
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Crash2100

I created MaxDgramBuffering
I created DWord Value
However, I can only add one hexidecimal value.  When I set the value to 40000, then I get 0x40000(16384)

I do not understand what the 20000 is for.  Do I set it to the 40000 or use the default value?

Thank you
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Sorry, I misunderstood what you had posted.  It says to set the value to 40000.  There is no second setting.  I thought it was referring to something else when it referred to the default value.

You said you got 0x40000(16384)?  I think you need another zero on the end of that.  It should be 0x00040000 (262144).

By the way, why are you trying to change this?  And where are you getting these setting suggestions from?
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by:topliu
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thank you, I now have 0x00040000(26144)

The reason why I am trying to change this is because it is an accepted answer on this website to resolve"

Netlogon EventID 5719.  I believe it is stated in the first post.  thanks
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by:topliu
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It did not resolve my primary netlogin EventID 5719 but nevertheless, thank you for your help.  I entered the hex radix info.
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Glad I could help!
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