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Installing ICS....
Simgauts Dec-27-00 09:18 PM
When I install ICS on the host computer, it didn't fire the same configuration wizard as the one in the Larry's example. It just asking me to make a disk for the client computer and nothing more.....

1. RE: Installing ICS....
lbyard Dec-27-00 11:26 PM
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Windows SE or Me? Larry

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Simgauts Dec-28-00 01:42 AM
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Windows SE on both computer....The network kit is from Linksys (Network Everywhere 10/100). The connection I share is a dial-up modem.

3. RE: Installing ICS....
lbyard Dec-28-00 10:38 PM
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LAST EDITED ON Dec-28-00 AT 10:38 PM (GMT)

Well, it should have… Uninstall ICS on the host computer (Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add/Remove Software, Windows Setup, Internet Tools, Details …). Be sure your dial-up connection to the Internet works and then disconnect from the Internet. Reinstall ICS. Larry


4. RE: Installing ICS....
Simgauts Dec-31-00 04:05 PM
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I format my computer completly and reinstall windows SE and when I try to install ICS, the same problem occur ???? I use a french version of Win SE both that should not cause any problem...

In the "How-to" you uninstall NetBeui on the client computer, but when I do that my network (2 computers) doesn't work anymore...


5. RE: Installing ICS....
sampo Dec-31-00 06:51 PM
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I too experienced the same issue, but the IE5 connection properties shows the correct settings in the sharing box. However, my client will not access web pages through the host. Can this be linked to the ICS installation wizard not showing what you say it will?

6. RE: Installing ICS....
Simgauts Dec-31-00 08:03 PM
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Don't know, I finally got it to work without the wizard. The probleme was not the host but the client. I just reinstall all the driver on the client and all goes well...

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