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  • Top 5 registry keys for Windows XP

    Systems administrators may not know about useful registry keys for Windows XP. Learn how they can help you secure your network, create drive shares, manage passwords and more.

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  • Windows XP network performance tuning tweaks using TCP RFC 1323

    In this tip, Laura Chappell shows you how to tweak Windows XP registry parameters through the RFC 1323 protocol, a TCP extension for high performance -- in order to tune, improve and optimize your network's speed and throughput rate.

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  • Locking down services on XP client workstations

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  • Windows XP migration lessons: Focus on application compatibility

    IT pros who have successfully completed large-scale Windows XP migrations advise focusing on application compatibility and up-front planning.

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  • When to reinstall System Restore in Windows XP

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  • How to troubleshoot Windows XP startup problems, Part 1

    Determining the source of a Windows XP startup problem -- and fixing it -- is easier if you use a step-by-step approach. Find out what to do if a workstation starts normally and fails after logon.

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  • Solving driver installation problems: Windows XP on VMware ESX

    Installing Windows XP on VMware ESX can pose problems, because XP doesn't include an ESX Virtual Hard Disk controller driver. But you can avoid problems by installing the right driver.

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  • How to install the FTP server on Windows XP

    Did you know that Windows XP Professional comes with a Web server and an FTP server? You can use the FTP server to share files with other computers on your home network, or you can make the FTP server available to people on the Internet.

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