Configuring Dead Gateway Detection Problem

You want to configure dead-gateway detection on a Windows Server 2003 computer so that the computer can continue to route traffic even if its default gateway becomes unavailable. To enable dead-gateway detection for a Windows Server 2003 computer, set the following Registry value HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM Current Control Set Services Tcpip Parameters To disable dead-gateway detection, set the previous DWORD value to 0 (false). Using VBScript This code enables dead-gateway detection for all...

Configuring NetBIOS over Tcpip Problem

You want to configure the NetBIOS over TCP IP settings for a Windows Server 2003 computer. 1. Open the Network Connections applet. 2. Double-click on the Local Area Connection icon. 3. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP IP), and select Properties. 4. Click on Advanced. From the WINS tab, select the radio button next to one of the following settings for NetBIOS over TCP IP Use NetBIOS settings from the DHCP server. (This is the default. If a static IP address is used or the DHCP server does not...

Managing DNS Suffixes Problem

You want to add, modify, or delete the DNS domain name suffixes that are used by a Windows Server 2003 computer, also referred to as the domain suffix search order. The domain name suffix order helps Windows resolve an unqualified name that is, a computer name that does not have a domain name appended to it. 1. Open the Network Connections applet. 2. Double-click on the Local Area Connection icon. 3. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP IP), and select Properties. 4. Verify that the radio button...