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In October 2009, the following Windows networking topics have been updated based on your comments:
· Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution
Updated to fix broken links.
· File and Printer Sharing in Windows Vista
Updated with a new section titled “Computers Running Windows XP Do Not Appear in the Network Map,” which contains a link to the Link-Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) Responder download for Windows XP.
· Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Overview
Updated with instructions on how to view the Association tab for a wireless network.
· IPv6 Features in the Advanced Networking Pack for Windows XP
· Netsh Commands for Routing
Updated to indicate that the netsh routing context is only available with Windows Server and the Routing and Remote Access service and is not available in client versions of Windows.
If you see something that needs to be corrected or clarified, please let us know by describing the specific problems and the changes that need to be made through Click to Rate and Give Feedback.
Thank you for providing the feedback and thanks to my teammate Dave Bishop for the help in making and publishing these changes.
Joe DaviesPrincipal Technical WriterThe Windows Server Networking Documentation Team