June, 2008

  • Microsoft Peer-to-Peer Networking

    PNRP in XP SP3

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    Hi folks! I've been quiet for a little while, but I'm coming back at you now with some posts that have been sitting with me for a long time. Since I spoke with you last, Microsoft released Service Pack 3 for Windows XP. This service pack contains version...
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    PNRP Performance Counters

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    We’ve included some really neat performance counters that you can use to monitor PNRP. If you’re an application developer, you might use these performance counters to evaluate what impact your use of PNRP will have on the system as a whole. They're also...
  • Microsoft Peer-to-Peer Networking

    The .Net Addict Discusses PNRP, Bonjour and MDNS

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    Kevin Hoffman has continued his series about peer-to-peer networking. You can find an index of his posts here: http://dotnetaddict.dotnetdevelopersjournal.com/tags/?/peerseries After his first post, Kevin received a number of queries asking him to...
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    PNRP and Windows Internet Computer Names on WS08

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    In case you haven’t noticed, PNRP is available on Windows Server 2008 (WS08). It exists as an optional component and isn’t installed by default, so you’ll have to walk through some simple steps to get it up and running. Just look in the list of optional...
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    PNRP Extended Payload

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    There’s a little known, but extremely useful feature of PNRP we call extended payload. Every time I explain this feature to someone, their eyes light up. It’s always fun to surprise someone with a tidbit like extended payload, but it disappoints me that...
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