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    what is my network username in windows xp

    Hello , i Have window Xp computer , Can you Tell me what is my network username in windows xp , Actually, i forgot how to findout the Network name and Password , please tell me How to find the network name of my computer , please help me Thanks in advance

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    Re: what is my network username in windows xp

    You might not be able to find it by yourself. and If you are in a domain environment Where there are multiple computer then your network administrator will give you your username and password for your network. you have to Contact your network administrator.

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    Re: what is my network username in windows xp

    The change of name under is very simple, and I assume that XP is very similar:

    Go to System Properties
    • then Network Identification tab
    • Click on Properties ...
    • A box appears "Modifications of identification"
    • Computer Name: Enter the new name
    • Member of: x Workgroup: WORKGROUP (or something)

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    Re: what is my network username in windows xp

    Netstat is a tool to know TCP connections active on the machine where the command and so on and list all the ports TCP and UDP open on the computer. The command "netstat" also provides statistics on a number of protocols (Ethernet, IPv4, TCP, UDP, ICMP and IPv6).

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