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    Netstat

    I did a netstat in cmd and found out some interesting stuff each time I did it. For instance, today, it seems that someone is using netbios on my computer as it has netbios -ssn, -ns, and -dgm. How can I make sure that I have disabled netbios?

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    If you are running windows 2000 or Xp
    Go to the Control Panel Right-click on "Network and Dial-up Connections" and choose Properties highlight "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" then Click the Properties button, Advanced button then Click the WINS tab
    Change the radio button at the bottom to "Disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP and then Click OK on all open dialog boxes

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    I would have to go with DeadAddict on that one. THose settings can also be a cause of a few DUN/RAS errors. I've had many of calls where those setting were wrong and by simply changing them back.
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    THANKS! the netbios stuff is gone and that annoying netbios alert that kept coming up on my firewall is also gone.

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