Where are Windows 2000 network connections stored in the registry?

A. The Windows 2000 connections consist of entries of not only remote connections such as to your ISP, but also your Local Area Connection and these are contained under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Network\GUID\Connection registry key which GUID is the Globally Unique IDentifier of the connection.

Its just interesting to know as if you have a stray connection which gets corrupted maybe as you remove the network card you can manually remove by editing the registry.

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