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Network path in Windows Registry

By tod ·
I understand that there is a way to set program network paths in the registry.
For instance:
Running some applications to use gateway 10.5.73.xxx and other applications to use gateway 209.210.43.xxx

We have dual IP's working on Win95 machines, just can't seem to get these applications to use seperate paths.

Any ideas, books or courses that anyone has would be most appreciated.
Thanks,
Tod

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by dmiles In reply to Network path in Windows R ...

Reference the WINDOWS95 resource kit.you are refering to the registry key that is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Enum Subtree
The Registry trees for networking components are divided into network hardware,software and driver nodes also check HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE_\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services.HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL TO GET YOU STARTED

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by keimpedj In reply to Network path in Windows R ...

http://www.lex-con.com
it helps you graphically understand
the basics of TCP and IP and other protocols
I find it a great site with enough info.
or mail me at keimpedj@yahoo.com

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by arfstrom_tobie In reply to Network path in Windows R ...

I think you are going too deep on this problem. If your company isn't using a WINS server, and you are not able to use "Friendly Names, (Windows Internet Naming system)" Every computer using TCP/IP has a Hosts file in the Windows directory. I think it would be easier to associate two different apps on 2 different subnets, with friendly names and use the UNC to the application on the different subnets. Ie
hosts looks like
127.0.0.1 localhost
10.5.73.001 local
209.210.43.100 external
Then your Shortcut should look like
\\local\foldername\app.exe
\\external\foldername\app.exe

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