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Configuring NetBEUI in Windows  XP

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Can anyone describe what happens for each steps in Configuring NetBEUI in Windows XP.  I really can't figure it since i don't have a Windows XP CDROM required  to try it. Best regards and hoping for a speedy response.....
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Can you describe a bit more about what you need it for?

NetBEUI is not supported in XP, and is not part of the default XP install
But you can apparently still use it if you really need it. See:

 http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/winxpnet.html

for details.

Also see: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/newsgroupfaq.mspx
(click on link "What happened to NetBEUI" there)
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