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Unable to Set the TCP/IP GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize Parameter in Windows 98
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256986 Description of the Microsoft Windows Registry
When you set the GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize registry parameter for TCP/IP, it does not affect the global maximum TCP receive window size (GlobalMaxRcvWin) in Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition.
This behavior occurs because the name of the GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize registry parameter is misspelled as "GlobalMaxTcpWindoSize" in the Windows 98 TCP/IP code.
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