[RESOLVED] Saving Network Configuration 
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Thread: [RESOLVED] Saving Network Configuration

  1. #1
    naka-pako
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    How do you save an existing network configuration in WinMe/Win2K so that you can use it to configure network settings on another machine?
    Thanks....d

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    iamtheman
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    Whenever I goto a new network I usually look at a machine and write down the network config. That way I have some idea as to what is going on.

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    PEZ_B0y
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    But is there anyway to save it like say as a *.cfg (config) file and then load it up in the other machine or just as a back up or whatever cuz this would help me alot too.

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    jrwilson
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    if i'm following your post correctly, what you want is an IP switcher, so that you dont have to reconfig your setting for home vs. work?
    if thats the case i use a prog called (i know..its a crazy name) IPSwitcher.
    http://www.softseek.com/Internet/IP_...801_index.html

    BTW...yes...OF COURSE you still have to reboot.

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