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NetBEUI onder win xp home

Anoniem
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  • wie weet hoe ik NetBEUI kan installeren onder win XP home.
    via installeren protocol kan ik slechts kiezen uit drie opties, maar geen netbeui.
  • Ik weet niet of het met de Home editie ook zo is, maar bij de Pro editie staat Netbeui gewoon op de installatie CD.

    Suc6
  • In XP-pro gaat het zo:

    stop de cd erin en ga naar cd\valueadd\msft\net\netbeui.
    Kopieer dan het bestand NBF naar Windows\system32\drivers.
    Kopieer vervolgens het bestand NETNBF naar windows\inf.
    start daarna de pc opnieuw op.

    Als het goed is staat nu het netbeui protocol tussen de andere drie die je eerst gevonden had en kun je hem toevoegen.
  • Bij XP Pro kun je het gewoon installeren via netwerkeigenschappen/protocol toevoegen, maar Pro is dan ook veel meer op netwerkgebruik afgesteld. XP Home biedt alleen de basisfuncties en protocollen aan.

    Als je het kunt krijgen, stap dan over op XP Pro, dan heb je de volledige netwerkfunctionaliteit. Anders kun je proberen om de map cd\valueadd\msft\net\netbeui van een Pro CD te kopiëren en dan volgens de beschrijving van Jan Dakpan Netbeui toe te voegen.
  • HOW TO: Install NetBEUI on Windows XP (Q301041)
    IN THIS TASK
    · SUMMARY
    · Install NetBEUI on Windows XP

    The information in this article applies to:
    · Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
    · Microsoft Windows XP Professional



    SUMMARY
    Microsoft has discontinued support for the NetBIOS Extended User Interface (NetBEUI) network protocol in Windows XP. However, it is understandable that migration to another network protocol, such as TCP/IP could involve significant time in planning and testing. Therefore, for those who are planning to migrate your system environment to Windows XP by obtaining the full, retail-released version of Windows XP, the NetBEUI protocol can be found on the Windows XP CD-ROM under the VALUEADD directory.

    This article describes the process for manually installing the unsupported NetBEUI protocol on a computer running Windows XP. The NetBEUI files will need to be manually copied from the Windows XP CD-ROM before NetBEUI will show up in the list of installable network protocols.

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    Install NetBEUI on Windows XP
    The files necessary for installing the NetBEUI protocol on Windows XP are Netnbf.inf and Nbf.sys. Complete the following steps to install NetBEUI:
    1. Insert your Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and browse to the Valueadd\MSFT\Net\NetBEUI folder.
    2. Copy Nbf.sys to the %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\Drivers directory.
    3. Copy Netnbf.inf to the %SYSTEMROOT%\Inf hidden directory.
    4. Click Start , click Control Panel , and then double-click Network Connections .
    5. Right-click the adapter you want to add NetBEUI to, and then click Properties .
    6. On the General tab, click Install .
    7. Click Protocol , and then click Add .
    8. Click to select NetBEUI Protocol from the list and then click OK .
    9. Restart your computer if you receive a prompt to complete the installation.
    The NetBEUI protocol should now be installed and working.

    NOTE : %SYSTEMROOT% is a Windows environment variable that identifies the directory where Windows XP is installed (for example, C:\Windows). To view the value associated with %SYSTEMROOT%, as well as other environment variables, at a command prompt, type set , and then press ENTER.

    NOTE : After following the steps above you should be able to use NetBEUI on Lan connections, however you will not be able to use NetBEUI on a Remote Access Service (RAS) connection. RAS connections cannot use NetBeui.

    For additional information on NetBEUI in Windows XP, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    Q306059 The NetBEUI Protocol Is Not Available in Windows XP
  • [quote:86289f5fcf="leonardus"]HOW TO: Install NetBEUI on Windows XP (Q301041)
    IN THIS TASK
    · SUMMARY
    · Install NetBEUI on Windows XP

    The information in this article applies to:
    · Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
    · Microsoft Windows XP Professional



    SUMMARY
    Microsoft has discontinued support for the NetBIOS Extended User Interface (NetBEUI) network protocol in Windows XP. However, it is understandable that migration to another network protocol, such as TCP/IP could involve significant time in planning and testing. Therefore, for those who are planning to migrate your system environment to Windows XP by obtaining the full, retail-released version of Windows XP, the NetBEUI protocol can be found on the Windows XP CD-ROM under the VALUEADD directory.

    This article describes the process for manually installing the unsupported NetBEUI protocol on a computer running Windows XP. The NetBEUI files will need to be manually copied from the Windows XP CD-ROM before NetBEUI will show up in the list of installable network protocols.

    back to the top
    Install NetBEUI on Windows XP
    The files necessary for installing the NetBEUI protocol on Windows XP are Netnbf.inf and Nbf.sys. Complete the following steps to install NetBEUI:
    1. Insert your Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and browse to the Valueadd\MSFT\Net\NetBEUI folder.
    2. Copy Nbf.sys to the %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\Drivers directory.
    3. Copy Netnbf.inf to the %SYSTEMROOT%\Inf hidden directory.
    4. Click Start , click Control Panel , and then double-click Network Connections .
    5. Right-click the adapter you want to add NetBEUI to, and then click Properties .
    6. On the General tab, click Install .
    7. Click Protocol , and then click Add .
    8. Click to select NetBEUI Protocol from the list and then click OK .
    9. Restart your computer if you receive a prompt to complete the installation.
    The NetBEUI protocol should now be installed and working.

    NOTE : %SYSTEMROOT% is a Windows environment variable that identifies the directory where Windows XP is installed (for example, C:\Windows). To view the value associated with %SYSTEMROOT%, as well as other environment variables, at a command prompt, type set , and then press ENTER.

    NOTE : After following the steps above you should be able to use NetBEUI on Lan connections, however you will not be able to use NetBEUI on a Remote Access Service (RAS) connection. RAS connections cannot use NetBeui.

    For additional information on NetBEUI in Windows XP, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    Q306059 The NetBEUI Protocol Is Not Available in Windows XP[/quote:86289f5fcf]

    zei ik dat ook al niet, maar dan zonder veel onoverbodige informatie?

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