• How can I reset a workstation account’s trust relationship with the domain?

    I have a Win XP Pro laptop that replaced a NT 4.0 desktop on a NT 4.0 server domain. I entered all pertinent info: user ID, domain name, password exactly as from desktop. Server denies access. Error in server's event log reads: event ID=5723, User N/A, Source=NETLOGON, Type=ERROR, Computer=HOMEBASE...

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  • Windows XP restarts itself partly through the loading process

    I am currently having problems accessing my PC, running XP Pro. When I power it up it automatically gives me an option to run in 'Safe Mode', 'Safe Mode with Network...', 'Safe Mode with Command Prompt', 'Last Known Good Configuration' and 'Normal' (or something similar). If I choose any of those...

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  • Experiencing delays connecting Win XP Pro to a domain

    I bought a Dell Latitude with Win XP Pro with SP1 installed. I'm having problems while connecting it to domain. It takes a long time to log on to domain and the users' shared directories with Read Write Permissions also takes minutes to get through.

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  • Windows XP Pro reference shootout

    Choosing the right technical reference for your help desk staff or desktop management personnel is crucial if you expect them to have the right answers and procedures at their fingertips. But the task is not as easy as it may appear.

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  • Using Ghost with XP Pro

    Do you think there will be a practical way to Ghost XP Pro in the near future (or is there now)? I'm not looking for a way to boost the system, just trying to figure out what to do with a hard drive that should be Ghosted and replaced in the same machine.

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  • Can I add domain groups to the local admin group through group policy?

    I administer 1,200+ desktop computers running Win XP Pro. I want to know if there is a way to add domain groups to the local administrators group through group policy. I figured out how to manually add the groups to the local computer, but with hundreds of systems this can take weeks. FYI, we are...

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  • How can I disable all games in Windows XP Pro with Active Directory or Group Policy?

    I would like to disable all the games in Windows XP Pro. I work at a school and the kids keep playing the games. Is there any way in AD and GPO to disable it?

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  • How do you slipstream XP Pro SP1 into the XP Pro install for use on a RIS server?

    I've found a very good step-by-step guide for doing this on the Web. It's not that difficult, but it involves you copying the contents of the XP CD to a hard drive, so be sure you have about 700MB of free space before attempting this.

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  • Local computer policy that applies to all except administrator

    How can I set up a local computer policy in XP Pro that applies to all users except the administrator account? The computer is a laptop that is a member of a domain. Local Group Policy Objects (GPO) apply to all users who sign onto the computer. With that said, I have a nasty little trick you can...

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  • How do I safely get my full 200GB back as one partition on C:?

    I have a 200GB hard drive divided into two 100GB partitions labeled C: and D:. I was running Windows 2000 Pro on the boot partition C:, and Windows XP Pro on D:. I have replaced Windows 2000 with Windows XP on the C: partition, and no longer need the separate D: partition. My question is how do I...

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