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    Does Windows 2000 have support for WI-FI and ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)

    My main Vista machine has decided to simply refuse to work with the 360 using a crossover cable etc (with my pc being connected wirelessly to the interent) and I have decided I may as well use the pc i got given by mate the other day to control all the internet stuff instead of my vista machine.

    As per the title will stuff I have mentioned work properly and do they exist Windows 200 Proffesional.

    Tim

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    yes it can/will work

    Why not have a look on the machine, or even use google.

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    deathtrap3000;4411280

    Why not have a look on the machine, or even use google.



    Because:

    A: I'm lazy :-D LOL
    B: I don't have a wireless card to put in
    C: I don't have an ethernet NIC to put in
    D: H'm didn't think of google lol

    Windows 2000 does support ICS with wi-fi, there's no wizard for it instead you just open the properties of the connection you wish to share then choose the last tab 'sharing' or similar and enable it.

    John

    timothyw9;4411318

    Because:A: I'm lazy :-D LOLB: I don't have a wireless card to put inC: I … Because:A: I'm lazy :-D LOLB: I don't have a wireless card to put inC: I don't have an ethernet NIC to put inD: H'm didn't think of google lol



    Well. Ok, just as long as its justified:thumbsup:

    have you tried the following, works every time for me. dont know how to post links but search for in google "network bridge force compatibility" and follow the first link. hopes this help. I have done this in vista btw. Any problems just ask
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