How Do I Enable TCP/IP for Windows XP?

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Do enable TCP/IP for Windows XP is all according if you are using a static or a dynamic port. If you are using a dynamic port, you must create an exception for the SQL server program in the Windows firewall. If you are using a static port, you must know the number of the port that SQL server is using.
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1. Log onto the computer as an administrator. Download the "Guided Help" tool using a computer with access to the Internet. You will find a direct link to this download
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TCP/IP Can be enabled by doing the following Start -> Control Panel -> Network Connections -> Right Click on your Network Connection -> Properties -> Check Internet
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Find tools in your toolbar, options and this will bring up a internet options window. Then find Block All Cookies and there will be a slider. You will see a slide bar and you will
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You can write a small script which should constantly (for example once in a minute or in ahour) resolve the DNS/Netbios name of his PC to IP, and compare with a previous lookup result
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