Reinstalling MacTCP

Sometimes MacTCP gets hosed and you need to reinstall it (just like TCP/IP in Win95). Also, some people have an old version of MacTCP (2.0.4) that refuses to upgrade to the needed 2.0.6 using the patches I provide. So these people need a new copy, too.

There's no "CD" to get a fresh copy from, so if they don't have any source to get it from, we have to send them a floppy.

Removing MacTCP
1) Hard Disk / System Folder / Control Panels / MacTCP -> Trash
2) Hard Disk / System Folder / MacTCP DNR -> Trash
3) Hard Disk / System Folder / Preferences / MacTCP Prep -> Trash

1) Go to Finder (click once on Trash can)
2) From menus, Special -> Restart

Installing MacTCP
1) Drag fresh copy of MacTCP (from floppy?) to:
	Hard Disk / System Folder / Control Panels / 
2) Restart (the DNR and Prep files are created automatically at Restart)

Setting Up MacTCP
1) All TCP/IP settings are now gone, so reenter them into:
   Hard Disk / System Folder / Control Panels / MacTCP
per the instructions described elsewhere.



p.s. All newer Macs have the Open Transport software, so you won't have to worry about any of this.

email Dave with corrections and suggestions.
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