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Anonymous
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Excellent, i looked up those two keys:

UseDomainNameDevolution

http://www.microsoft.com/technet….fr=true

and,

EnableICMPRedirect

http://technet2.microsoft.com/Windows….fr=true

Did these two keys already exist on the failing machine? were they set to 0?

I’ll see if I can make my setup fail by changing those values.

edit: I couldn’t make it fail with the tcp/ip error by changing these values, or by removing them (i renamed them)
however, I did rename the entire TCPIP key and then WinFax reported the error of TCP/IP not being installed, so I couldn’t find the key is specifically fails on. When you rename that key, It appears Windows automatically creates a new TCPIP key (which will then kill your TCPIP settings in Windows) You then need to rename the new TCPIP key to something else, and then rename original key back to TCPIP and reboot Windows for your TCP/IP connection to work again.

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