Windows Explorer is the default graphical file system browser and manager included in all Microsoft operating systems since Windows 95. It is sometimes referred to as the "Windows Shell," though it is actually just one component of the Windows shell.

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Explorer dies on XP Pro in a Windows 2003 network

I have two Windows XP SP3 workstations, one of them is recently freshly installed. The workstations are connected to a Windows 2003 server with a cabled local network. The problem I have is that ...
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How do I enable Windows XP's Windows Explorer to accept CNAME aliases in the address bar? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to Configure Windows Machine to Allow File Sharing with DNS Alias Environment: Let's say my server name is OU812 and its IP address is 172.100.51.50. In DNS Manager I ...