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Before you can add a Windows XP Professional based computer to an existing network, you must establish client connectivity with the network. Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) has become the universal network protocol suite because of its scalability and its role as an Internet standard. For all recommended tasks, it is assumed that the Windows XP Professional based computer on the Microsoft network runs IP protocol as the default network protocol. Windows XP Professional supports NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT), Windows Sockets (WinSock), and the Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange protocol (IPX/SPX). NetBT and WinSock are installed by default. IPX/SPX can be added if needed for connectivity to legacy Novell networks. For more information about the Windows XP Professional implementation of TCP/IP and IP configuration, see Configuring TCP/IP on the companion CD. For more information about network protocol installation and configuration, see TCP/IP and Other Network Protocols later in this chapter.
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Join a domain or workgroup. No rights are required for joining a workgroup. Create the computer account in a domain during Windows XP Professional installation. For workgroups, no permissions are required. Use the Network Identification Wizard to make the Windows XP Professional based computer a member of a specified domain or workgroup. Manually add a computer to a network by specifying the appropriate domain or workgroup on the Computer Name tab of the System Properties dialog box.
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For more information about joining a domain or workgroup, see Microsoft Network Environments later in this chapter.
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To verify that a Windows XP Professional based client is added to the network, attempt to log on to the domain where you added the computer; or if you added the computer to a workgroup, log on locally. If you are in a domain environment, make sure that logon scripts function as expected and that no conflicts occur between the following:
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Local Group Policy and Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 domain Group Policy settings
Domain Group Policy always overrides Local Group Policy.
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For more information about confirming a Windows XP Professional based computer s membership in a workgroup or domain, see Confirming Domain and Workgroup Membership later in this chapter.
Troubleshooting a Failed Logon Attempt
If a user cannot log on to a workgroup by using a local account or to a domain by using an account on a domain controller, troubleshoot the logon failure to determine its cause and solution. For examples of logon-related problems and how to solve them, see Troubleshooting Logon Problems later in this chapter.
Microsoft Network Environments
There are two distinct kinds of Microsoft network environments the peer-to-peer or workgroup (non-server-based) and the domain (server-based). Peer-to-peer networking is geared to small groups of users sharing resources on a one-to-one basis. Networks with Novell 3.x servers or stand-alone Windows NT-based, Windows 2000 based, or Windows Server 2003 based servers fall into the peer-to-peer group The domain model is enterprise networks built around a central directory database.
Peer-to-Peer Network Environment
A peer-to-peer network or workgroup is a single-subnet network that is used as a convenient way to connect a small number of users to share resources. Peer-to-peer clients have the identical level of authority on a network, which eliminates the need for domain controllers. User authentication is decentralized by the use of the local account database located on each client. A user must have a user account on each computer to gain access. Figure 23-1 shows an example of a peer-to-peer network.
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Peer-to-peer network
Peer-to-peer networks are ideal for small office/home office (SOHO) configurations that have from two to 10 computers. They can also be helpful for users who work with more than one computer and share resources (such as files, applications, or printers) with other users. For more information about SOHO local connections, see 25, Connecting Remote Offices. Windows XP Professional is compatible with all Microsoft products that use the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. SMB functionality includes support for peer-to-peer networking with all other Microsoft networking products. A Windows XP Professional based computer in a peer-to-peer environment performs account authentication locally. Because the Kerberos V5 protocol is used only for domain authentication, Windows XP Professional uses NTLM to authenticate users in the local account database. For more information about account authentication, see Account Authentication later in this chapter.
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