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Windows 2000 server, WindowsMe and ICS

By radnayton ·
I am trying to configure a WindowsME client to preform Internet Connection sharing on a domain with a PDC win2000 server. The server is performing dhcp and Wins services. My difficulty is that when i configure ICS on my client its ip address for the nic is changed to a fix address outside of my subnet. This prevents the client from being able to connect to the network.

How can i fix this

thanks

Ryan Drayton

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by dwilcox22 In reply to Windows 2000 server, Win ...

There is not a way to change the ICS. This is a default setting by MS.
The other way is to set up a proxie server and firewall. You will then have to set ip forwarding in the registry. This will set all of nic's to ip forwarding. The registry key is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHING -> SYSTEM -> CurrentControlSet -> Services -> Tcpip -> Parameters -> IPEnableRouter REGD_WORD = 0
Change this from 0 to 1

REMEMBER!!!! ALWAYS BACKUP YOUR REGISTRY FILE!!

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