How can domain Windows XP or Windows 7 clients report issues?

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How can domain Windows XP or Windows 7 clients report issues to an administrator?

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I’m not quite sure I follow you on this, but generally wouldn’t an e-mail or face-to-face talk be best? Hopefully provide screen shots as well.

The thing is, when you say “clients”, I’m thinking of people sitting at their computer, in a domain/Active Directory situation. If I’m mis-understanding you though, please clarify so I can assist better.

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Sounds like you’re asking how it would be possible to send error reports generated in Windows XP to a network/systems admin.

Check the <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709644(WS.10).aspx”>Microsoft.com </a>knowledge base…

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  • Subhendu Sen
    The Q is not cleared here ! Did u mean, Windows 7 Client Aggregate reports or what. If possible please provide more details with exact error and under which domain, to get proper solutions.
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