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Microsoft KB Archive/104092

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How To Make Windows NT Automatically Install TCP/IP Support

Article ID: 104092

Article Last Modified on 10/31/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server 3.1
  • Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 3.1



This article was previously published under Q104092

SUMMARY

To make Windows NT Setup automatically install support for TCP/IP networking, add the following section to the NTLANMAN.INF and NTLMINST.INF files:

   [ServiceData]
   ServiceData_1 = "OEMNSVSV.INF","SRV",3,LanmanServer
   ServiceData_2 = "OEMNSVWK.INF","WKSTA",2,LanmanWorkstation
   ServiceData_3 = "OEMNSVNB.INF","NETBIOS",5,NetBIOS
   ServiceData_4 = "OEMNSVRP.INF","RPCLOCATE",11,RPCLOCATOR
   ServiceData_5 = "OEMNXPTC.INF","TCPIP",0,TCPIP

NOTE: Because the Windows NT Setup disks are write-protected, you need to make a backup copy of the disks you want to modify.


Additional query words: prodnt

Keywords: kbnetwork KB104092