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Internet Sharings Dear Sir, How can I sharing internet in windows server 2003 client..................Without us of switch or router....Can I create My proxy server ? So How Sir....Plz gide me......... Thanksssss Paresh(chhowala_paresh@hotmail.com)

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  • Paresh Chhowala Oct 06, 2008

    Dear Sir,



    Thank for Reply But Sir In Win Server 2003, I m not find that Option(Internet Sharing) of lan Card Properties....And 'This is a Education School & Here I m installed Server 2003 with Dc & I m Connect all pc(15 PC) on 100 Mbps Switch.......My Server has 2 Lan Card, 1 for Lan & 2 for Internet BroadBand But My Problem is running On.... Plz Sir Give Me Some Others idia for Internet Sharing ????????..........

    Paresh Chhowala

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Hi
first of all can u plz tell me how do u connect to internet like u use a connectiode or something if yes its very easy u just need to right click on the connectiode & just go to properties click on the advance tab & under the internet connections sharing put the check mark on allow other network user to connect to internet through this computer internet connection thats it. u will be able to access the internet on all the pc on ur network. incase if u still have any problem just let me know & also provide the details on ur network like how u connect, any router hub or switch is been use for connecting pcs etc

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