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Topic: Is it possible to use 2 ethernet cards together?   Go to last post
Posted: Friday, October 19, 2001 7:16:08 PM(UTC)
With Windows XP Pro, is it possible to monitor each user's activity and log them, or do I need a third-party software?

Regarding PGP, which one should suits my use better? The PGP Disk Encryption?

Between Win 2K Server and Win XP Pro, which one should be better to use as a server?

Thanks in advance.
Topic: Is it possible to use 2 ethernet cards together?   Go to last post
Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 7:25:23 PM(UTC)
From what I heard (I downloaded the white papers from Microsoft's XP site), if I'm not mistaken, Windows XP Pro does offer file level permissions (or was it folder level permission?). Have you tried downloading the white papers from Microsoft?

And what does it mean, 'unless you're a member of a domain'?

And how do I use PGP in a network for this application?

Thanks in advance.
Topic: Is it possible to use 2 ethernet cards together?   Go to last post
Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 8:37:54 PM(UTC)
Thanks for your advice. More on Windows XP.

Basically, I'm trying to set up a network for a machine assembling company, which uses AutoCAD 2000. The management demands very high security, because the data is very important and must not be sabotaged. Is it possible, using Windows XP Professional Edition, to set the clients (using user access control) so that the user (the CAD operators) won't be able to copy the data (AutoCAD files) to any removable storage (such as FDD)? The saved data should only be located on the server, for security reasons.

Thanks in advance for your help.
Topic: Is it possible to use 2 ethernet cards together?   Go to last post
Posted: Monday, October 15, 2001 11:02:43 PM(UTC)
Thanks for your help, let me give you further details on my situation.

Actually the PC I'll be trying to install 2 NICs will be a server, on a small network. There will be 6 clients. 5 on the work are located about 40m away, and 1 located only metres away. In order to connect all the clients to the server, I'm planning to use 2 NICs, as described in my first posting. So I'm not trying to create my server into a router. is it possible to do so (using Windows XP Professional Edition)?

BTW, I still don't quite understand the difference between managed and unmanaged switch. Care enough to explain it for me? ^_^ I'm planning to use 8-port unmanaged hub switch, judging from the economic aspect. But I still don't quite understand the difference between the two types, and which one I should use.

Thanks again for your kindness.
Topic: Is it possible to use 2 ethernet cards together?   Go to last post
Posted: Monday, October 15, 2001 8:16:10 PM(UTC)
Dear friends,
I'm wondering whether it'll be possible to use 2 NICs at the same computer, one to be connected to a switch (which is around 40m away) and the other one to be connected to a client which is only several m away.
Thanks a lot in advance.