Windows 2000 - MTU

Posted on 2006-04-05
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I changed the MTU settings on my Windows XP machine, but can't figure out how to do so on a few of my Windows 2000 boxes. I've looked online at Microsoft and it gives instructions but I guess I'm not familiar enough to understand how to do it.

Could someone give me instructions, please? NOT THE MICROSOFT LINK.

thanks soooo much!
Question by:robrussell
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Walter Padrón earned 2000 total points
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by:Rob Williams
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Another option is to use the free DRTCP utility which will create the new registry key if it doesn't exist or automatically edit it if it does exist.

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