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naming convention (8.3), disabling in NTFS
National Television Standards Committee (NTSC)
negative and positive entries (resolve cache)
Nelson Email Organizer (for Outlook)
.NET alerts (with Windows Messenger)
     managing alerts from My Alerts Page
     signing up for alerts
     delivery of alerts
Netscape 7 browser, Google Toolbar for
Netscape Navigator
     cookie-based ad networks, opting out of
     cookies, handling of
netsh tool
     netsh diag commands, listing of
     using directly from command line for from netsh console
NetShell utility, resetting TCP/IP to original configuration
netstat command
network adapters
         cloning for residential gateway
Network Address Translation (NAT)
     automatic mapping of hostname to dynamic IP address, problems with
     VPN connections and
network and multiuser policies and rights
Network Connections folder, closing down ports manually
Network Stumbler program
    detecting nearby wireless networks
         networks not part of FreeNets
     wireless network cards it works with
networking 2nd
     closing down ports and blocking protocols
     connections, management by HKEY_CURRENT_USER (Registry hive)
     controlling another PC with remote access
         configuring XP remote server
         firewalls, remote access connections and
         setting up remote client
     DNS settings, customizing for faster Internet access
         cache settings
         fixing DNS problems
         HOSTS file
     extending range of wireless network
         antennas (access point or PCs), avoiding placement near large metal objects
         avoid putting access point next to outside wall
         avoid putting access point or PCs near microwavs or cordless phones
         centrally locate access point
         external and booster antennas, use of
         vertical orientation of access point antennas
         wireless PC antennas, pointing toward access point
         allowing programs to bypass
         email problems with
         logging activity
         unsolicited inbound traffic, allowing through
         Windows XP SP2
     limiting number of IP addresses on network
     making server always available by mapping hostname to dynamic IP address
     protecting home WiFi
     proxy servers, protecting your PC with
         configuring Internet Explorer to use proxies
         finding free, public proxies
         limiting connections to certain web sites
     renewing DHCP-assigned IP address
     repairing broken TCP/IP connection
     residential gateways, optimizing
         hub/router settings for DSL access
         VPN, settings for using
     security, testing with Shields Up
     speeding up network browsing
     troubleshooting network connections
         ipconfig utility, analyzing TCP/IP problems
         netsh tool 2nd
         netstat, getting information on open connections
         pathping command, using
         ping, diagnosing TCP/IP problems
         tracing network and internat data path with tracert
     VPN, setting up
     Windows Media Player, privacy problems with
    wireless networks
         checking WiFi performance with QCheck
         war driving for WiFi access
NetworkSetup Wizard, correcting TCP/IP configuration
New document menu, cleaning up
New ESP Share Group Wizard (Eudora)
noise filter for Indexing Service searches, editing
non-plug-and-play devices, forcing display by Device Manager
nonpresent or ghosted devices
     forcing display with Device Manager
NOT operators (unary and binary)
Notepad, creating batch file
Notification Area
     hiding all icons in
     network icon
     wireless network connections, information about
     inability to back up directly to CDs
     installed on XP Home, ASR and
     restoring a backup
NTFS (NT File System)
     naming convention (8.3), disabling
NTFS (NT File System) compression
     folder compression, effects on files
     improving NTFS performance
     ZIP files versus
NTI Deluxe Backup Plus! Now
ntoskrnl.exe file
NTSC (National Television Standards Committee)
null Ethernet cables 2nd
     cheap networking with
         TCP/IP settings for
null serial cables 2nd
Num Lock, automatically turning on at startup
     in Indexing Service queries
     representing DWORD data type in Registryvalues

Windows XP Hacks
Windows XP Hacks, Second Edition
ISBN: 0596009186
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 191

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