• What can I use to locate down-level clients in Windows 95? Do all Win95 clients register with WINS?

    I'm working in a Windows 2000 environment (mid-migration) and I'm researching mechanisms for locating down-level clients -- specifically Windows 95. This is explicitly a double check to ensure that there are no more down-level clients still out there. The Domain Master browser will know about these...

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  • Can I use just TCP/IP to join a Windows 95 PC to an NT4 PDC?

    When joining a Windows 95 PC to an NT4 PDC, can I just use TCP/IP as the only protocol? Or do I have to add NetBEUI to make the Win95 PC talk to the NT4 PDC?

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  • How can I copy a user’s startup profile from a Win95 PC to a Win2k PC?

    I am trying to copy a user's desktop/startup profile from a Windows 95 PC to a different PC with Windows 2000. I have tried enabling individual passwords for Win95 and copying the user profile from the "profiles folder." I also tried copying that folder onto the PC with Win2k without success. Any...

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  • Can Windows 95 clients authenticate with .NET AD?

    We were going to upgrade to .NET Active Directory, but then I heard that Windows 95 clients would not be able to authenticate because they do not support Server Message Block (SMB) protocol.

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  • What are the pitfalls of going through a migration?

    We are moving from a stand alone system with Windows 95 PCs to a central server environment with PCs running XP. My job is to liason with the central server folk and move my users into the new central server/XP world. Could you point me to some Web sites or reference materials to assist our...

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  • Windows 9x (Windows 95 or Windows 98)

    Windows 9x is short for "Windows 95 or Windows 98."

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  • What’s the difference between Win95, Win 98, Win2000 and Win Me?

    Can you tell me what the difference is between Win95, Win 98, Win2000 and Win Me? Please give the details in brief.

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  • What’s the difference between Win95, Win 98, Win2k and Win Me?

    Windows 98 and Windows Me are successors to Windows 95, each with slightly more features and hardware compatibility out of the box. (For instance, Windows 98 has native support for USB devices, while Windows 95 does not.)

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  • Installing without the 95 or 98 CD ROM handy

    Tip for installing without the 95 or 98 CD ROM handy.

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