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By raj_ti ·
Here are some knowledgebase questions, try and answer them..
1. ServicePack4
There are 2 versions of it. One is 40bit security and other is
128bit.
Q: How can you find out what version is installed on a desktop?

2. How can you remotely change a Local Administrator password without
going to that desktop. How many ways can you do this?

3. What does Regclean do?

4. How would you configure a DHCP for two subnets and more with
single NIC card?

5. You forgot the CD-Key of NT OS. Where can you find it on your
desktop with NT OS loaded?

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by sselinger In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

Regclean will scan your registry for known errors and will attempt to fix these errors. If it doesn't know of the error then it will not attempt to fix the error. It is a good tool but will not fix a corrupt registry. The CD-Key for windows can be found in:
-Control Panel
-System
-General Tab
-Registered to:
registration name and number is located here

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by raj_ti In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

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by dtimko In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

There is a program called Service Pack Query that will give you the SP info. Email me and I can send it to you. As for the DHCP, you would set up another server on the second subnet to be a DHCP Relay Agent. I know that would work, whether there is another solution I am not sure, that is the only one I've tried.

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by WannaDrunk? In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

U ask so many questions in one shoot.

1. I don't know. Normally 128-bit is only available in North America.
2. U can use "User Manager for Domain" to remotely open the NT wkst/srv/domain user account.
3. I don't know. The above proposed may help.
4. If u use MS DHCP, it's not possible. Unix may be.
5. There is one utility on NT Resource Kit call SRVINFO, it show some NT information also Product ID. U can also search in the Registry as in the above proposed.

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by dcyr In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

1. 128 bit Service Pack 4 installs the Protected Storage service. 40 bit does not.
2. User manager for domains
Remote viewing package
Rcmd
Tons of third party apps
3. Removes Copious data from the registry
4. Assign two IP addresses to the network card, one on each subnet. Create two scopes.
5. Right click on My Computer.

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by Lee V. In reply to QUESTION RELATED TO NT

1. Review the version tab on the properties for the schannel.dll file...if it says "Export version" it is 40-bit, US/Canada = 128-bit.
2. Can be done with "User Manager for Domains", connecting to the remote computer name for the domain.
3. Cleans out inconsistencies it can find in the registry.
4. TCP/IP can be configured for multiple subnets using static addresses in the Advanced section of the TCP/IP properties. Using DHCP for multiple subnets on one NIC may not be an option.
5. Right-click on My Computer and choose properties. The CD Key matches the middle 10 digits in the Registered to: number.

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