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Have you installed / used FreeDOS on a server environment? Can you link them to a Windows 2000 server?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted
  1. Yes, you'll need network adapter drivers, an IP stack and the 'Workgroup Add-on for MS-DOS' from THIS page.
  2. Why?
  3. Really, why?
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I was finding this out for someone else... I wonder why myself :P – Fernando Briano Jun 4 '10 at 16:32

That depends if you can find the needed drivers for your network interface card and I'd guess that you need an implementation of TCP/IP networking or some other networking protocolls supported by Windows 2000 (TokenRing, IPX/SPX, etc.). You need to explain what you mean by ``link them to Windows 2000''. If

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