In addition to what AJS said:
If you have DHCP installed on the server, you might have to configure it
again. Because if you remove TCP/IP, DHCP and other services (WINS etc.)
might not start. After reinstalling TCP/IP check the settings of DHCP, WINS
and other related services.
You're in for a few reboots.
"- AJS" schreef in bericht
> >Because if I take this approach I'll need to *TRY* to have the Server
> >for the shortest possible time, could you give me a brief outline on how
> >remove the TCP/IP stack and the associated services?
> >Thanks again,
> OK, bare with me... I haven't done this to an NT4 box in several years...
> In the Network Control Panel applet, remove the TCP/IP Protocol. Remove
> other Protocols as well. Remove the Microsoft Network Client and File and
> Sharing services. Reboot when asked.
> Add Microsoft TCP/IP protocol. Verify that the network services exist...
> necessary. Reboot.
> Verify bindings. Verify TCP/IP config and the Services configs. Reapply
> Service Pack and any hotfixes. Reboot.
> The problem should be resolved.
> Also, you do not want clients accessing this server. I would disconnect
> network cable until after the system is repatched. The final reboot should
> the cable replaced, and should boot with all services intact.
> - AJS