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GPO to enable netbios over tcpip with static ip addresses

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We have DNS, no dhcp. Static ips, total devices (WAN and LAN) about 600.
XP sp2 clients to 2003 server with DNS. All clients staticly assigned ips. Problem: the Netbios setting SHOULD be set to netbios over TCPIP. It was left at Netbios over DHCP server (which we don't have).
What is the GPO setting to set the clients to netbios over tcpip rather than netbios using DHCP server settings.
I kinda need this yesterday. I think its causing network congestion..
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Please take a look, it may help you:
http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=80073
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Thanks,I already saw that. There solution involved a dhcp server.
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Ok, I give up. No one has static ip without DHCP servers anymore I guess
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