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Long story short, you can't... at least not thru the interface. Instead, you need to totally blow out your configuration and reconfigure the server.
However, it's not as bad as it seems - there's not so much to configure that it should be too big of a hassle.
A client has an oldish Dell Dimension 8400 with an Intel RAID card that requires you to "Press F6 to add Storage Drivers" when trying to repair Windows. This also means that UBCD4Win (my preferred repair tool) also doesn't recognize the drives.
Happily, Dell has a set of the drivers available.
We love Terminal Server. We think its a pretty great solution for small businesses; put a little more money into a server and you can keep your older hardware around.
In setting up our terminal server environments, we like putting shortcuts to various shares on the desktop.
I had to find the MAC address of a remote machine on my network this morning. Happily, WindowsXP (and above) make this easy.
They include a tool called getmac which does just that -- it gets the MAC address of any machine on the local network.
(This utility first made its appearance, it seems, as part of the Windows 2000 Resource Kit, and is available as a download from Microsoft.