How can I connect to the NetServer from Windows 2000? We're in the middle of a complete conversion and our Win2K...
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PC's can't find or connect to the NetServer correctly for printers or file access.
Generally Windows 2000 clients can access the NetServer -- depending on the operating system release and PTF level.
You can see a list of the required operating system maintenance level for Windows 2000 support for NetServer here.
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