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The following list describes the TCP/IP-related registry values that you can configure to harden the TCP/IP stack on computers that are directly connected to the Internet. All of these values are located under the following registry key:
NOTE: All values are in hexadecimal unless otherwise noted. • Value name: [I
Value Type: REG_DWORD
Valid Range: 0,1,2
The bit where it has the Key: Tcpip\Parameters (its bolded, Itlics, and underlined up the top) what does that bit mean?
Is it meaning that i need to create the folders in the registry or look for them in the in there?
I have done this before but I have not done it in a while and I want to activate it on all the computers on the Network and internet.
Edited by Tony_1983, 25 June 2005 - 06:14 PM.