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what is admin.msi

By mdjameer ·
what is admin.msi
what is tcp/ip class

what major beetween winnt and win2000

what is diffrent winxp home addition and pro

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to what is admin.msi

1. If you mean Adminpak.msi, then it contains the management tools to manage Active Directory e.g.
AD Users & Computers, AD Domains and Trusts, AD Schema, AD Sites and Services.

2. A TCPIP Class is a range of IP addresses. Class A has 255^3 (16M) addresses 10.x.x.x
Class B has 255^2 (65K) addresses 169.1**.x.x
Class C has 255 addresses 10.1.1.x

3. Windows 2000 supports Active Directory, IIS 5, Plug'n'Play, DirectX, larger HDs, Dynamic Disks.

4. XP Pro supports IIS, Remote Desktop, Supports adding to Domains, Advanced Security etc

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by deyev In reply to what is admin.msi

1. The installation file is a Windows Installer Package File with the extension .msi.
2. This is IP address of net number & node number. There are several type of ip classes.
Class A
Class B
Class C
Class D
Class E
3. Access anonymous user in NT.
4. WinXP Home: no dial-in, no MUI, do not scale, no EFS

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