[windows2000] Netbios table

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  • Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 11:38:41 -0400

Hi list,

I have a list of what all the various numbers mean in a netbios table
returned from nbtstat, like <03> means that name's registered for
receiving messenger service messages, <20> is the server service, <1F>
is netDDE, etc.

Does anyone know what <6B> is?  I have an NT workstation with that
entry.  I find it odd.  It also has <6A>, which is Microsoft Exchange
IMC.  This is just an NT 4 workstation that's used at a teller line in a
bank.  I don't think the teller installed Exchange Server on her machine
or anything...


Ray at work

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