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    Windows 2000 Server and Professional, latest OS patches. I have one user who has lost the ability to do anything with any of the files he has access to other than to list thenm and read them. He cqannot write to them, he cannot copy the files, etc. I have checked the permissions for the directories...

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  • Why do IT projects fail?-2

    Hi, I'm a Computer Engineering at CSU Chico. I'm conducting a research paper on "Why IT Projects Fail". If someone could give me an example of a failed projects, "failed" meaning that it didn't get finished on time, or the final project did not meet the requierments. Also if you could give a quick...

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  • Drive Mapping with Windows XP

    I've got an odd one here. Situation is a workgroup - Windows 2000 server with a shared drive. Client is Windows XP Professional, SP2. Problem is that I cannot map a drive from the GUI - with or without an LMHOSTS entry for the server. Everyone is on a local subnet. The workstation simply can't see...

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  • File Synchronization

    In a server 2003 environment, we sync our My Documents folder to the server. One user's account, when logging off, takes an enourmous amount of time to complete syncronize and he gets these errors repeatedly in the error log: offline files [\servernameusersusermy docs]UNABLE TO MAKE...

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    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design and computer science and I'm wondering if ECPI or any...

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  • Explorer window won’t stay closed

    This is only happening on one of the 3 servers I manage. The system32 window keeps appearing everytime someone logs into that server. I have done everything that I have thought to do to try to fix it, I got a KB article from MS and looked through all of that but nothing applied. anyone else have...

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  • Forgot bios password on Toshiba laptop

    Posted on behalf of WindowsSecurity.com member Joe W. I locked my new Toshiba laptop with a bios password and forgot it. Yea I know...don't say it. I tried all the info I could find and nothing worked... Please help.

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  • Remote intall tool

    I wondered if enyone has used any inexpensive tool to install (push) software on multiple desktops remotely. I work for a nonprofit with about 100 desktop PCs and SMS is an overkill. Victor

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  • PST file is not synchronizing properly.

    We have a small LAN, W2k Server, XP Pro clients. All users use Outlook for their POP3 e-mail accounts. The pst file is kept in the C:Documents and SettingsusernameApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook folder. Occasionally, when a user logs off the PST file doesn't go back to the server, instead...

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  • email statistics on microsoft exchange

    if i send 1 email out with 10 people copied, does the server email statistics say I sent 1 email or 10 emails?

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  • AMD vs INTEL….?

    Hi all, I`ve been a AMD fan as long as i know but i have a few questions for everyone! If INTEL`s chip specifies Pentium 4 3600(800FSB 1MB)LGA 775Pinn the we all know its 3.6GHZ! But Now WHY when we get to AMD specification of chipset : AMD Athlon64 ? 4000+ (PIB) 2.4GHZ, 939-Pin Processor (128 L1 +...

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  • RDP cant ctrl+alt+del

    When I RDP to another machine internally on our LAN when I hit ctrl+alt+del it isnt sent to the other machine it just works on my local machine. We are not running any terminal servers. I am just trying to connect via RDP for remote access. Has anybody seen this? Thanks

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  • Active Directory troubles after system state restore

    I have a Windows 2000 server RAID 5 DC with Active Directory which is my main file server as well. I have a second DC with Windows 2000 server and Active Directory. This is an internal LAN only - no outside connections. I uninstalled Exchange because we don't use it but it made our IIS website...

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