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Data structures that drivers use to communicate with each other.
Similar in behavior to UDP, it is used for error messages, PING. RFC 792
Software found in Windows 2000, XP for creating a small (up to 10) NAT (Network Address Translation) so one computer has an Internet connection which is shared by the group.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, pronounced I-triple-E. IEEE is an organization composed of engineers, scientists, and students.
An IEEE specification, also called DOT4, for supporting multi-function peripherals (MFPs). Windows 2000 has a driver called DOT4 that creates different port settings for each function of an MFP, enabling Windows 2000 print servers to simultaneously send data to multiple parts of an MFP.
A standard for high-speed serial devices such as digital video and digital audio editing equipment.
The process of image output correction. ICM attempts to make the output more closely match the colors that are input or scanned.
Email protocol with more capabilities than POP3.
Refer to Formed Font Impact.
Refer to Ohm
A circumstance that occurs when Windows NT or Windows 2000 allows one process to take on the security attributes of another.
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