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By cpfeiffe ·
I'm a Unix Admin as all of you who are reading this probably are, but if any of you work in a heterogeneous environment that uses W2K desktops, I have a 2500 point question under Windows 2000 that is titled "Net Performance in heterogeneous env.". It deals with problems I think I'm seeing when W2K clients try to talk to non-W2K servers for FTP/folder shares/etc. I'd really love to find a fix to this scenario. Please check out my question under Windows 2000 and respond there, not here. I appreciate any help/validation you can provide.

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by kenalmoore In reply to Net performance

Charles. Please look at Chapter 25 - Interoperability with UNIX in Microsoft Technet
Go to Products & Technologies, Windows 2000 Professional, Resourse Kits, chapter 25.
Just my opinion, I would monitor the hardware first, NIC drivers, bandwidth and protocols on the network (ie sniffer). You mentioned FTP/folder shares. Maybe check out the permission the shares have?? Just some of my thoughts. Make a plan of what needs checked and start ruling out simple things first then the hard ones. Something will pop out at you along the way.

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by cpfeiffe In reply to Net performance

This is all good stuff, but I pretty much did all of it. I meant to post this one on the Unix forum in case any Unix people saw this kind of thing so they would check my question on the W2K forum. If you reply to my real question "Net Performance in Heterogenous env." I'll accept your answer there.

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