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Where is the filter in Windows 2000 to stop the ping? I read where you can in XP, but where is it in Windows 2000?
Ping distinguishes certain states of network functionality that are the cornerstones of everyday network troubleshooting. Learn how to gain greater insight into your network.
The Microsoft CISO discusses how she keeps Redmond and its products secure.