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Article Last Modified on 10/31/2006

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On page E-5 of the Microsoft Windows for Workgroups "Resource Kit" version 3.1 manual, the device driver name in the [ms$tcp] section of the PROTOCOL.INI file is incorrectly shown in lowercase letters:

drivername=TCPIP$ (not tcpip$ as shown in the guide)


If the drivername is lowercase, TCPDRV.DOS fails to initialize in the CONFIG.SYS file, and this error message is displayed:

DOS TCP/IP Resident Driver Initialzation failed

(with "initialization" misspelled as shown).


Initialization fails because the drivername contains lowercase letters.


Use uppercase letters for the drivername.

LAN Manager 2.2 includes a protocol disk in Windows for Workgroups format, so you can ignore the NDIS transport protocol integration procedure described in the "Resource Kit."


Microsoft Windows for Workgroups "Resource Kit," Appendix E, p. E-5.

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