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how do i find the NETBIOS name on a nt4 server and a 2k3 server?

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i have a problem setting up a trust between a 2k3 and an nt4 server.  i cannot find the netbios names!! i know there is a simple answer but i cant find it.


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Among many other ways, go to the command prompt and type this:

IPCONFIG /all

The NetBIOS name is the first thing listed on both OSs

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JamesDS
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